Here you can find diagrams and guidance for the packing and collections of exam materials for the 2019 Test Scoring Consortium.
|Guidance for 2019|
|Packing and Shipping Instructions [Webinar Slides]|
|ELA Packing and Shipping Instructions|
|ELA Packing Diagram|
|MATH Packing and Shipping Instructions|
|MATH Packing Diagram|
|Checklist: Packing for Scoring|
Here you will find the latest guidance and handbooks for administering the 2019 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.
|SED Test Schedule 2019|
|DOE Charter Test Administration Training|
|SED School Administrator’s Manual for Secondary Level Exams|
|SED Testing Accommodations for Students with Disabilities|
|NYC DOE Directions for Scribing|
|Science **Guides for 2019 are not yet released**|
|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|
How do schools identify ELL students once they are enrolled in the charter school?
Under federal mandate, schools must administer a home language survey at the time of entrance. If a student is identified as potentially ELL after the home language survey and informal interview, the school must administer a valid and reliable English language proficiency assessment to determine if the student is an ELL.
The Charter Center is committed to a sector built upon accountability and results for kids. Accordingly, we have conducted an analysis of New York City charter school state test scores that will allow the public to better understand the performance of individual schools and the sector overall. It is our hope that this report spurs conversations, further investigation and best practice sharing.
A working paper by Harvard University's Ronald G. Fryer, Jr and Will Dobbie
Educators have made great strides in using data. But danger lies ahead for those who misunderstand what data can and can't do. This abstract from Education Leadership is a useful report for school leaders who need to learn the do's and don'ts of using data effectively.