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Assessment Support

Assessment Support

Published: 8/2/2022 3:49 AM

​​​​​​​​​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 and Accountability Support (DAAS) supplies up-to-date information on regulations, policies and procedures, important assessment dates, manuals and forms, and information for districts and schools.

Registration for Administration Code training for allegations


Training Sessions


Assessment and Accountability Calendars

The KDE DAC Information Calendar was created in Google Calendar. Links for accessible calendars and for iCal links for integration into other mail clients are available following this calendar.


Calendar Links

Accessible Calendars open in a web browser

Calendars in iCal format for integration into other programs

Additional information from Google concerning calendars



  • Allegation Reporting

    A violation of 703 KAR 5:080, Administration Code for Kentucky's Assessment Program, or 703 KAR 5:070​, Inclusion of Special Populations in the State Required Assessment and Accountability Program, results in a testing allegation. District Assessment Coordinators (DAC) may use the following link to report allegations of inappropriate testing practices: KDE/CORE Allegation Reporting. Passwords are required to access the Web application and can be obtained by contacting your District Web Application Administrator.

  • Assessment and Accountability Resources

    ​​​In accordance with US Department of Education (USED) guidance, the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) will administer summative and other state assessments for school year 2022-2023

  • 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 Communications

    ​​​​​​​The Division of Assessment and Accountability Support (DAAS) is charged with supporting the efforts of the District Assessment Coordinators (DACs) and school-level personnel as they implement Kentucky’s assessment and accountability system.

  • Forms

    ​​The Division of Assessment and Accountability Support (DAAS) has created a number of forms that can be downloaded for use by schools and districts in implementing the state's Assessment and Accountability System.

  • Meetings and Trainings

    ​​​​​​The Division of Assessment and Accountability Support (DAAS) 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 Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

  • SDRR

    ​​​The Student Data Review and Roster (SDRR) application is designed to assist district personnel in reviewing the accuracy of student assessment information in a timely fashion so that accurate results may be shared with the public as quickly as possible.

2022-2023​ Test Windows

​ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TESTING (ACCESS FOR ELLS)

ACCESS Testing Window: Jan. 5- Feb. 17, 2023

ACT STATE SPRING TESTING SCHEDULE

State Fall 2022 ACT Administration Dates 

ACT and OAA have set the Fall 2022 Senior ACT Retake State Administration dates.

Test Window 1

Standard and Accommodated Administration (Online) – October 4-6 & October 11-13

Accommodations Administration (Paper – limited to special circumstances) – October 4-14

Test Window 2

Standard and Accommodated Administration (Online) – October 18-20 & October 25-27

Accommodations Administration (Paper – limited to special circumstances) – October 18-2
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State Spring 2023 ACT Administration Dates

ACT and OAA have set the dates for the Spring 2023 State Administration of the ACT. The date is as follows:

Initial Test Window 1

Standard & Accommodated Administration (Online) - March 7-9 & March 14-16

Accommodations Administration (Paper) - March 7-10 & March 13-17

Makeup Test Window 2

Standard & Accommodated Administration (Online) - March 21-23 & March 28-30

Accommodations Administration (Paper) - March 21-24 & March 27-31

Online testing is available only on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday each week. The emergency testing window is only to be used as a last testing option, and no additional dates will be available. 

KSA SPRING TESTING

Last 14 Instructional Days of District Calendar for grades 3-8, 10 and 11. (The Kentucky Summative Assessment [KSA] is a CRT assessment with Reading, Mathematics, Writing and Social Studies based upon Kentucky Academic Standards (KAS). Science, based on KAS, is assessed in grades 4, 7 and 11.)


ALTERNATE KSA:​

  • Attainment Tasks (AT) Window 1: Coming Soon
  • Attainment Tasks (AT) Window 2: Coming Soon
  • TAR: Coming Soon​


KDE DAC Information
Office of Assessment and Accountability
300 Sower Blvd., 5th Floor
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-4394

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