Assessment Support

Assessment Support

Published: 3/23/2018 3:32 PM

The Office of Assessment and Accountability (OAA) supports the work of districts and schools in implementing the Kentucky School Testing System. The Division of Assessment Support supplies up-to-date information on regulations, policies and procedures, important assessment dates, manuals and forms, and information for districts and schools on the application of testing data and research to improve instruction.

Current Happenings

  • March 20 - ACT Initial Test Date
  • April 12 - DAC Monthly Webcast on the KDE Media Portal Live site
  • April 16 - Alternate K-PREP Window 2 Begins
  • April 24 - ACT Makeup Session

 

Training Sessions

 
  • Assessment Regulations Training

    The Commonwealth of Kentucky has several regulations which govern the administration of Kentucky's Assessment and Accountability Program. These regulations are supplemented with guides and manuals specific to each assessment.
  • DAC Meetings

    ​Meetings are held throughout the state of Kentucky each February to inform District Assessment Coordinators (DACs) of upcoming assessments, rosters, data reviews and changes to the Assessment and Accountability System.

  • Data Release Resources

    To foster understanding of the new Unbridled Learning Assessment and Accountability system, the Office of Assessment and Accountability has pulled together resources in one place needed by districts and schools.​
  • Forms

    The Division of Support and Research has created a number of forms that can be downloaded for use by schools and districts in implementing the state's Assessment and Accountability Program.
     
  • Meetings and Trainings

    ​The Division of Assessment Implementation provides opportunities for District Assessment Coordinators (DACs), Building Assessment Coordinators (BACs), Directors of Special Education (DoSEs), Professional Development Coordinators and other interested individuals to receive information and practice with score interpretation, data analysis, test administration and the regulations governing Kentucky's Assessment and Accountability Program. ​

  • School Report Card

    ​Each year, Kentucky schools publish School Report Cards (SRC) and post them on the Kentucky Department of Education Website. Not to be confused with student report cards, School and District Report Cards provide information about each school and district, including test performance, teacher qualifications, student safety, awards, parent involvement, and much more. The school and district report cards were established by statute, KRS 158.6453 (20), and regulation, 703 KAR 5:140. Additionally, the report card must incorporate the requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind ACT (NCLB).

  • Student Data Review and Rosters Application (SDRR)

    ​The Student Data Review and Roster (SDRR) application is used for all state assessment rosters and for data review/cleanup of assessment results.​​​​​

Rhonda Sims
Office of Assessment and Accountability
300 Sower Blvd., 5th Floor
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-2256
Fax (502) 564-7749
 

2017-18 Test Windows

EOC Field Test:

April 16-27, 2018

There will be a field test for Algebra II, English II and Biology for all students enrolled during the April window.

 

English Language Proficiency Testing (ACCESS for ELLs):

Jan. 1 - Feb. 9, 2018
 

ACT STATE TESTING SCHEDULE:

(grade 11) 2018

  • March 20 - ACT Administration
  • April 24 - ACT Administration Make-up
  • March 20 - April 3 - ACT Administration window for students with accommodations
  • March 20 - April 3 - Online testing is available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week.
 
 

SPRING TESTING: K-PREP

Last 14 Instructional Days of District Calendar for grades 3-8, 10 and 11

(The Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress [K-PREP] is a CRT assessment with Reading and Mathematics based upon Kentucky Academic Standards.)

 

KDE Calculator Policy

 

Alternate K-PREP:
Attainment Tasks (AT)

Window 1: Nov. 6 - Dec. 15, 2017
Window 2: Apr. 16 - May 25, 2018
 
 
 

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