Meet the PED staff - New Mexico State Department of Education

Report
Test
Coordinator
Training
Fall 2014
Overview
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Meet the PED staff
Joslyn Overby
Education Administrator
[email protected]
505-827-6570
Assessment Policies
Testing Irregularities
Graduation Requirements
Interim Assessments
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Meet the PED staff
Severo Martinez
Education Administrator
[email protected]
505-827-6553
NCSC/NMAPA
ACCESS for ELLs
Spanish Assessments
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Gabe Martinez
Assessment Coordinator
Assessment and Evaluation
[email protected]
505-827-6509
SBA
PARCC (interim)
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Meet the PED staff
Michelle Osowski
Education Administrator
[email protected]
505-827-6524
Assessment Reviews
Statistical Analyses
Educator Effectiveness
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Meet the PED staff
Stephanie Gardner
NM State Coordinator
NAEP
[email protected]
505-827-3982
NAEP
Instructional Materials
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Meet Measured Progress
Diana Ward
Liz Garcia
Program Managers
Measured Progress (MP)
[email protected]
877-676-6722
SBA Ordering
Returning
Reports
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Meet the PED staff
Antionette Pacheco
Staff Manager
Assessment and Accountability
[email protected]
505-827-5861
General Information
Appointments
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Meet the PED staff
Dr. Pete Goldschmidt
Director
Assessment and Accountability
[email protected]
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Meet the PED staff
Dr. Cindy Gregory
Chief Statistician
[email protected]
505-827-6508
School Grading
Accountability
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Meet the PED staff
Matt Montaño
Director
Educator Quality
[email protected]
505-827-5821
Teacher Evaluation
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Meet the PED staff
IT Staff
STARS Help Desk
505-827-7935
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Meet the PED staff
Data Analysts
SOAP Help Desk
505-827-6720
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New Mexico
Legislature
http://www.nmlegis.gov/lcs/default.aspx
• Read state statute
• Find legislators
• Follow bill and votes
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NMSAP Components
•PARCC: Partnership for Assessment of Readiness in College and
Careers
•SBA/HSGA: Standards Based Assessment/High School
Graduation Assessment
•NMHSCE: New Mexico High School Competency Exam
•NCSC: National Center and State Collaborative
•NMAPA: New Mexico Alternate Performance Assessment
•AAHSG: Alternate Assessment for High School Graduation
•ACCESS for ELLs: ELL language proficiency assessment
•W-APT: ELL placement test
•Alt ACCESS for ELLs: Alternate ELL language proficiency
assessment
•EoCs: End-of-Course Assessments
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NMSAP Components
•PARCC: accountability assessment grades 3-11
• Reading, Writing, Math
•SBA: grades 4, 7, H3 (11)
• Science
•HSGA: grade H4 (senior retests to max of reading and math 3x and
science 2x)
•NMHSCE: graduation assessment for students in cohorts 2011 and earlier
•NCSC, NMAPA, AAHSG for students with severe cognitive disabilities
•W-APT: place students in ELL status within first 20 academic days
•ACCESS for ELLs: ELL language proficiency assessment - annual
•Alt ACCESS for ELLs: language proficiency for students with severe
cognitive disabilities
•EoCs: graduation ADC in Reading, Writing, Math, Science, Social Studies
and optional use in Educator Effectiveness System (EES)
•Interim Assessments: Required grades 9 and 10; optional use in EES.
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TENTATIVE PRICING
•PARCC CBT: Grades 3-8 $23.97 (ELA and Math)
High School: $12.47 PER TEST (ELA or Math)
•PARCC PBT: Grades 3-8 $32.97 (ELA and Math)
High School: $17.97 PER TEST (ELA or Math)
•SBA Spring Science: $19.92
•HSGA Fall Retest: $28.53
•NMHSCE: $55.00
•NCSC: TBD
•NMAPA, AAHSG: TBD
•W-APT: no cost
•ACCESS for ELLs: TBD
•Alt ACCESS for ELLs: TBD
•EoCs: District Dependent (No per-student cost if using Blackboard)
•Interim Assessments: Depend on vendor
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NMSAP Vendors
Vendor
Measured
Progress
WIDA
Metritech
Test(s)
SBA
HSGA
HSCE
W-APT
ACCESS
ACCESS
ordering
Help Desk Email
Help Desk
Phone
[email protected]
877-676-6722
gress.org
[email protected]
866-267-7735
[email protected] 800-747-4868
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Approved Interim Assessments
Vendor
Contact
Email
Phone
Discovery
Jason Barnes
[email protected]
240.461.7574
very.com
HoughtonMifflin:
Riverside
Heather Pillman
[email protected]
800.323.9540
hco.com
NWEA
Brenda Hein
[email protected]
org
Renaissance
Learning
Tracy Daw
[email protected] 877.988.8048
com
ext. 1073
503.624.1951
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NMSAP Manuals and Rules
•Procedures Manual: Outlines all procedures, regulations,
and special circumstances with regard to all statewide
assessments
•Accommodations Manual: Provides details about
allowable accommodations and coding for tests
•ADC Manual: Gives options for students to meet
graduation requirements through Alternative
Demonstrations of Competency
•EoC DFA: Provides information about End-of-Course Exams
(for graduation and educator effectiveness)
•6.10.7 NMAC: State rules for Test Security & Administration
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PARCC Resources
•www.PARCConline.org
•Preparation and Implementation Information: About
PARCC, administration, and tech requirements
•Accessibility Features and Accommodations Manual:
Provides details about allowable accessibility (for all
students) and accommodations (for SPED students)
•FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
•Sample Test Questions: For teachers
•Model Content Frameworks and Learning Modules: For
teachers
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Assessment-Specific Manuals
SBA/HSGA and NMHSCE
TCM: Test Coordinator’s Manual
DFA: Directions for Administering
NMAPA/AAHSG
DTC: District Test Coordinator Manual
TAM: Test Administrator’s Manual
ACCESS and W-APT Manuals at www.wida.us
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Training Requirements
PARCC/SBA/HSGA
DTC/STC attends PED trainings 2x annually.
TAs must be trained by DTC/STC 2x annually.
NMAPA/AAHSG
TAs must attend training once every 3 years.
ACCESS and W-APT
Training modules online at www.wida.us. DTCs can track
TA progress in online training and quizzes.
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HSGA Test Window
•Districts and charters may
create their own schedule
within allowed testing
window.
For Seniors Only – Reading,
Math, Science
Paper ONLY (no CBT)
•Window: 9/15/14–9/26/14
(Order tests now!)
•Schedule must follow 11
requirements outlined in
Secretary Skandera’s memo
dated May 2012.
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About HSGA Testing Schedule
1. Test within PED-designated window.
2. No testing on materials-packaging day.
3. All materials must be returned on designated
shipping day. (Call MP for exceptions.)
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About HSGA Testing Schedule
4. Make-up testing must
occur during testing
window.
5. Test sessions must follow
order in test booklet.
(Make-ups may have
exceptions.)
6. All schools in district must
follow same schedule.
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About HSGA Testing Schedule
7. No breaks during a session.
8. Grades 5-8 writing sessions
must be administered
consecutively—only a short
stretch/bathroom break in
between.
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About HSGA Testing Schedule
9. Test on any school day,
Monday to Friday.
10. Test in mornings,
afternoons, or both.
11. Schedule up to three (3)
sessions per day.
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PARCC/SBA Participation
•All public school students must participate in an
assessment: Grades 3−8, H1, H2, and H3 (H4 optional).
•Students on the ability pathway (with severe cognitive
disabilities) take the NCSC/NMAPA.
•Students on the career and standard pathways take
PARCC. Accommodations are allowed for students
with IEPs.
•BIE schools may use PARCC for federal accountability.
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Non-Participation
Students may not take
PARCC or SBA if:
• Parents refuse. Keep
signed paperwork at
district or charter
school.
• Counts against school
for school grading.
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Non-Participation
Students may not take
PARCC or SBA if:
• Student truancy or
scheduling error.
• Counts against school for
school grading.
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Non-Participation
Students may not take
PARCC or SBA if:
• Medical Exemption. File
paperwork with PED for
approval.
• Does not count against
school for school grading.
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Questions?
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