Schools may provide testing accommodations to students identified as Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and English Language Learners (ELLs) as needed, on all NYS ELA and content-area assessments (i.e., Mathematics, Science and Social Studies).
This ATS report manual guides readers through the most common special education reports that schools can run within ATS.
Here you will find the latest guidance and handbooks for administering the 2018 New York State ELA, Mathematics, Science, and Regents Exams. These guides are produced mainly for district schools, but include regulations and resources suitable for charter schools. More information will be posted as it becomes available.
|ELA & Math|
|2018 DOE Assessment Administration Memo #11 (Charter Version)|
|2018 NYS School Test Administrator’s Manual Grades 3-8|
|ELA & Math Scanning Handbook|
|ATS Quick Guide for Grades 3-8 Printing and Scanning|
|2018 January Regents Exam Schedule|
|2018 January Regents Administration Charter Memo|
|2018 January Regents Charter Administration Training|
|2018 June Regents Exam Schedule|
|2018 June Regents Administration Charter Memo|
|Regents Scanning Handbook|
|2018 Science Grades 4 & 8 DOE Administration Memo|
|2018 NYS Grade 4 Science Testing Manual|
|2018 NYS Grade 8 Science Testing Manual|
|Science Scanning Handbook|
Here you can find diagrams and guidance for the packing and collections of exam materials for the 2018 Test Scoring Consortium.
|Guidance for 2018|
|2018 ELA Packing and Collection Instructions|
|2018 Math Packing and Collection Instructions|
|2018 ELA Packing Diagram|
|2018 MATH Packing Diagram|
|DOE Test Security Form|
|2018 SME Packing and Collection Webinar|
|Test Scoring Consortium FAQs [under revision]|
Despite its small size, the NYC charter school sector has sparked the publication of more than a dozen books, including practical guides for educators as well as histories and memoirs.
Check out our growing list at http://www.goodreads.com/NYCCharterCenter
This informational brochure, published in October 2010, details 10 quick facts that everyone should know about New York City charter schools. It is a helpful resource for schools to utilize during recruitment as well as for news organizations and the general public who want to know more about charter schools in the city.
The latest report from the New York City Charter Schools Evaluation Project compares the academic performance of charter school students with that of their peers who attempted to enroll in charter schools but were not selected in a random lottery. This method allows the researchers to isolate the effect of attending a charter school, without being concerned that factors related to the decision to apply to a charter school are really driving achievement differences.