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2019 Exam Guidance and Procedures - DOE and NYSED

Distributing Individualized State Test Score Information to Parents

Charter school parents do not have access to the DOE parent NYC Schools Account to view their child’s standardized test score results. The responsibility of communicating these standardized test score results, such as those from the state grades 3-8 ELA and Math exam, lies solely with the charter school. Most charter schools send out a letter to parents following exam administration with test score information.

SMART Goals Connect a School

School staff are periodically reminded to revisit their SMART goals—goals that are Strategic and Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Results-based, and Timebound, in order to better assess the student population across learning disciplines.  This article by Jan O'Neill offers useful advice for doing so.

Education Plan: Selecting Essential Standards

This presentation is part of the Appication Development Program commissioned by the New York City Charter School Center.  Created by charter school expert Cynthia Millinger, Education Plan: Selecting Essential Standards assists planning teams in developing an academic blueprint in conjunction with the New York State Testing Standards.  Building a program that will pass the selective criteria of the authorizing agencies is a main theme of this presentaion.

Constructing the SUNY CSI Curriculum Framework

This presentation is part of the Application Development Program commissioned by the New York City Charter School Center.  Created by charter school expert Cynthia Millinger, Constructing the SUNY Curriculum Framework assists planning teams in developing an academic blueprint that will both benefit their students and pass the selective criteria of authorizing agency SUNY Charter School Institute (CSI).

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