2019 CMAS Administration Training for SACs

2019 CMAS Administration Training for SACs

2019 CMAS Administration Training for SACs Agenda Before Testing During Testing General Info Environment

Make-up Testing Scheduling Security Returning Materials PearsonAccess Considerations

Pearson Clean-up Training Staff Materials After Testing SBD REMINDER This is an overview training. It is not

intended to replace a careful review of the 2019 CMAS procedures manual or the 2019 Test Administrator Manual. It is your responsibility to review both carefully, in addition to this training! For today Please go to www.menti.com on your computer or phone to participate in todays quizzes Enter this code: 24 27 2 Whats new?

ELA, Math, Science, and Socials studies all under a single dropdown (CMAS Spring 2019) in Pearson Access! All CMAS materials returned together after testing, including CSLA Single Math option for MS TTS now has graphic that shows up on student testing ticket Parent Excusals Must have a clear policy and procedure for excusals No negative consequences, including prohibiting student from participating in activity

or receiving reward (new) Dont encourage parents from opting out Timeline Official window: April 8 26, 2019 All elementary and middle school science and social studies administrations must be completed within this window All school-wide paper-based administrations for math and ELA must be completed within this window Extended Window (Math/ELA): March 18- April 26

Online testing only Early Window: HS Science only 3 week window may be moved earlier March 25-April 12 April 1-April 19 Important Dates January 7-25: Update student registrations and add accommodations in Pearson February 1: Online test session set-up begins Mid-March: Materials arrive to CSI (sent to

schools 1 week later) April 29: Deadline for materials return to CSI PLEEEEEEEEEEASE RETURN EARLIER! Important Dates, cont Prior to May 10: Pearson clean-up May 20-30: Student Biographical Data (SBD) Review You guys this is really important Handled by our Data Submissions team

CSLA Paper based 3rd and 4th grade only Language arts instruction in Spanish this school year In ELD less than 5 years Let me know if you have students who qualify Assign Test Code SLA03 or SLA 04 instead of ELA First Year in US English Learners ELA Only

Some students may be exempt from ELA Enrolled in a US school for the FIRST time on or after April 10, 2018 NEP If in 3rd/4th grade and received instruction in Spanish- should take CSLA Parents can opt in to the test even if schools determine student shouldnt take ELA Online quiz time! Screen share

Scheduling Unit Testing Times: Grades 3-5 Assessment Math Grades 3-5 ELA Grades 3-5, incl. CSLA Grades 3-4 Social Studies Grade 4

Science Grade 5 # of Units Section Minutes Unit 1 Non-calculator

65 Unit 2 Non-calculator 65 Unit 3 Non-calculator

65 Unit 1 90 Unit 2 90 Unit 3

90 Unit 1 80 Unit 2 80 Unit 3

80 Unit 1 80 Unit 2 80 Unit 3

80 Unit Testing Times: Grades 6-8, HS ELA, Science and Social Studies Assessment # of Units Minutes ELA Grades 6-8

3 Units All units 110 Social Studies Grade 7 3 Units All units 80 Science Grade 8

3 Units All units 80 High School Science 3 Units All Units 50 Unit Testing Times: Grades 6-8 Math

Assessment # of Units Unit 1 Math Grades 6-8 Section Non-calculator Calculator Minutes

65 Unit 2 Calculator 65 Unit 3 Calculator

65 Guidelines for Breaks Between units, scheduled breaks may occur Students may not have access to cell phones during scheduled breaks During units, short stand-and-stretch breaks may be permitted at the discretion of the Test Administrator Time stops for the unit, but only for up to 3 minutes

If you know you will take the 3 minute break, add the time into the timing box at the beginning Scheduling Considerations Test units must be administered to students in consecutive order All content areas Includes make-up testing Excluding make-ups, determine Whether one content area will be completed before beginning the next, or if testing will alternate between the

content areas How many units will be taken by students per day All tests must be completed by April 26 Plan extra days at the end of the window to account for cancellations due to snow or other unexpected closures Plan time for make-up testing Scheduling Considerations Paper-based testing PBT window does not open until April 8, 2019

Exception: Three week high school window can open as early as March 25 A school must administer the same unit to all PBT students within the same day (e.g., all Grade 4 Math Unit I on Tuesday) Schools must have the grade level appropriate calculator (grades 6-8) if administering math on paper CBT accommodations should be administered on the paper schedule

Computer-based testing Math and ELA CBT window can open as early as March 18 To the extent possible, all students within the school should be assessed at the same time

Three week high school window can open as early as March 25 Elementary and middle school science and social studies CBT window cannot open until April 8 If not possible, all students should be assessed within the shortest timeframe practicable PBT accommodations should be administered on the online schedule Scheduling Considerations

To the extent possible, a student taking CoAlt in a content area for which the student is participating in a general education class should be assessed at the same time as their peers to avoid missed instruction Ensure students taking these assessments do not miss instruction from their general education class Scheduling different grades together (handout) If the unit testing time and directions are the same, different grades can be

administered in the same room A separate testing environment is needed for: Paper-based and computer-based (administration SAY directions and materials are different) ELA and mathematics (unit testing times and administration SAY directions are different) Directions read aloud in a language other than English English tests and Spanish accommodated forms Science/social studies and ELA/math (unit testing times and administration SAY directions are different) Paper-based science and social studies (materials and administration SAY directions are different)

High school science/social studies and elementary/middle school science/social studies (different unit times) Math grades 3-5 and math grades 6-8 (different administration SAY directions) Math grades 6-8 unit 1 and math grades 6-8 units 2 and 3 (different administration SAY directions) Afternoon Testing If the school is having technology issues, do not start a unit unless there is enough time left in the day to complete the unit It is a misadministration for a testing group

to start the test and then stop and complete it the next day This is only allowed for illnesses and unforeseen situations (e.g., school power outage) After Hours Testing If a school will test later than 4:30 p.m. ASAP, email Jessica the name of the school and the name of the individual test session (session name that appears in PAnext) that will test after hours The test session will need to be granted permission

by CDE to test after hours District/school must start the test session first Online quiz time Screen share Pearson Access User Accounts SACs are responsible for

creating accounts for other staff members as needed. See page 32 of the 2019 CMAS Procedures Manual for which user roles staff should have. Check Rosters (CBT and PBT) OR Transfer Requests (CBT and

PBT) TIP Please ask your registrars to keep your SIS updated on a daily basis! This is how I know to approve/reject transfer requests from other districts. Registering new (to CO) students Removing withdrawn students

1) If student has transferred to another Colorado school, wait for them to be transferred (aka dont do anything right now) 2) If student has left the state, you will code them as Not Tested, Code 03 (withdrew before testing) Checking PBT registrations Reports>Organizational Reports>Students & Registrations> Student Test Counts Accommodations (PBT and

CBT) Setup>Students>Registration>Manage Student Tests Screen share Accommodations (PBT and CBT) Review accommodations webinar. For specific information on accommodations, refer to the State Accommodations Crosswalk and Appendix G of 2019 CMAS Manual. You MUST train your TAs on how to administer

accommodations that they are responsible for. Dont assume they know how. Unique Accommodations Requests (UARs) Deadline was Dec 15 Schools with approved UARs do not enter the accommodations in Pearson; CDE will enter the accommodations I will notify schools of which UARs have been approved this week.

Training Site Infrastructure trials (online testing). See handout. Test Sessions (CBT) https:// support.assessment.pearson.com/display/PAs up/Setup+a+Session Videos and tutorials on every aspect of session creation

Operational Reports Reports>Operational Reports>Students & Registrations Use to check your work in Pearson Screen Share Parent Excusals We will address this later, but DO NOT enter Not Tested Codes prior to/during the test window. If students transfer during testing, the code transfers with the student.

Quizzzzzz Preparing for Testing SAC Training All SACs must complete this training and return the CMAS Security Agreement to me (Jessica). Staff Training Everyone involved in CMAS math, ELA, science, and social studies administration must be trained each year

Includes SACs, Test Administrators, Test Examiners, technology personnel, and any other school or district staff involved in administration SACs are responsible for ensuring that all individuals involved in test administration and/or handling secure materials receive training and sign the CMAS and CoAlt Security Agreement http://www.cde.state.co.us/assessment/annual_trng_requirements Training

Comprehensive training must include: Test Security Standardized Test Environment Test Administration Test Session Management (for appropriate personnel)

Test Administrator Role vs. Teacher Role Opportunity for personnel to ask questions CDE has provided a basic PPT that districts may update and use for Test Administrator trainings (on CSI and CDE website) Schools will need to add school-specific instructions Who can be a TA? School and district employees who are trained on this years procedures and security Long term subs may be Test Administrators

Student Teachers are NOT allowed to be the only person in the room or responsible for the administration of the assessment Student teachers may be an additional person (proctor) in the room during testing Practice Tests Student practice resources are available ePATs for computer-based testing Paper Practice Items for paper-based testing

Walk through all item types ePAT Guides include script for adult as well as scoring information such as rubrics and sample student responses Strongly recommend students are provided with access to practice resources prior to testing Includes forms with accessibility features and accommodations Practice Tests Computer-based practice resources can be accessed through:

TestNav App Navigate to Colorado sign in page and click Practice Tests link PAnext Training Center Requires login from student testing ticket Secure practice sessions must be setup in advance Practice Tests: CDEs CMAS page

https://www.cde.state.co.us/assessment/cmas Materials: PBT Prior access must be supervised by the SAC Access to test questions and test materials prior to testing is limited to the following: 4 days for Auditory Presentation: Oral script for translation into language other than Eng/Spa, including sign language 24 hours for Auditory Presentation: Oral script in English or Spanish Paper-based testing only

24 hours for braille TVIs may review Teacher Notes 24 hours prior to testing TVIs may NOT review the test content Test materials must be secure at all times and follow chain of custody protocols Test items may not be copied or discussed CMAS Tech Information on CDEs website: https://

www.cde.state.co.us/assessment/newassess-d tc Materials and Security Security Plan Successful Security Plan requirements: All personnel have appropriate annual training All involved personnel understand security protocols All involved personnel have signed security agreements Think about anyone who may be in/enter the

testing environment Test environments are secured against unauthorized personnel Establish a documented/physical chain of custody form process Materials are kept in a central, secure, and locked location with limited access If materials are missing, follow up will be needed Ensure that barcodes are identified Test Materials: Security

Secure Student Testing Tickets Paper-based test books Social Studies source books Periodic Table (PBT HS Sci) Oral scripts Used scratch paper Any student work/responses Math reference sheets just prior to testing If written on, cannot be reused

Non-Secure Test Administrator Manuals (TAM) Procedures Manual Unused scratch paper Math reference sheets if not written on Maintaining Security

All secure test materials must be secured while in the Test Administrators possession No duplication of secure CMAS materials is permissible No cell phones or other communication, reproduction, or recording devices are allowed during test sessions unless required for accessibility Students should be aware that cell phones or other electronic devices are prohibited. Having these devices during testing (including if a student finishes testing but other students have not) or during a

break may lead to the invalidation of not only that students test, but to the invalidation of others tests as well. All individuals are strictly prohibited from taking photos or video of TestNav screens and paper test materials. Ensure individuals in your district are aware of this critical instruction. Receiving Materials Receive materials from DAC no more than one week in advance of school testing window

Document any movement of secure materials before, during, and after testing Schools inventory materials using the provided security checklist Deliver test materials to Test Administrators only on the day of testing Must use a chain of custody process Distribute only the content area being assessed As close to testing time as possible Store materials in a designated secure location As soon as possible after the unit is complete Materials must not be stored in classrooms Return secure materials to DAC after testing is completed Includes oral scripts

Chain of Custody Form Schools may use the forms that are shipped with the materials or create their own to track all secure materials If creating a school chain of custody form, for each day of testing the form must include: Security barcode/number Test Administrator signature Date and time checked out

SAC (or designee) signature for verifying return Date and time returned Chain of custody forms are kept on file for three years If materials are missing, these will be sent to CDE Materials: Storage Keep all boxes in which the test materials were delivered and use them to return scorable and

nonscorable materials after testing is completed Report the following occurrences immediately to CSI using the Form to Report Contaminated, Damaged, or Missing Materials (Appendix E): Non-receipt of any materials listed on the School Packing List Discovery of damaged test material Discovery of missing or duplicate sequence numbers on any test books Additional Materials Additional material requests should be sent to

me (they must match your student roster in Pearson). CoAlt/DLM(alternate assessment) CoAlt (Science and SS) is paper-based. Test Examiners enter scores into Pearson Access. DLM is a separate platform and requires separate training. Both tests are one-on-one and adaptive. CoAlt DLM

If you have a student who may qualify, and have not spoken to me about them this year, CALL ME THIS WEEK!! I need name, grade, and SASID ( DO NOT EMAIL) Quiz During Testing Testing Environment Student-to-Test Administrator ratio must not exceed 30 to 1

Test Administrator must be able to actively monitor the space within the physical testing environment Consider room configuration Make special considerations for large testing environments or environments with complicated configurations Test Administrators must: Actively proctor Remain attentive and in the room during the entire testing unit Circulate throughout the room during the test Should be able to see students working, not student work

Testing Environment The testing environment must: Be adequately lit, quiet, free of distractions, and heated or cooled Provide an adequate writing surface (paper-based) Be free of electronic devices and music Do Not Disturb/Only Authorized Personnel Allowed sign must be placed on the door during test sessions Testing Environment

No food or drinks are allowed on desks or near test materials The testing environment must be free of any content related posters or aids that suggest possible answers to students: Word walls Steps for solving math equations

Any content related materials Any resource that defines, explains, or illustrates terminology or concepts General rule: When in doubt, cover it. Testing Environment Generally, posters that do not include content specific definitions, content related processes or solutions may remain on the wall Display unit testing time for students:

Room Configuration Students should not be able to see each others work from a normal testing position Consider the following seating configurations to maintain test security: Seat students in every other seat (useful in a computer lab setup)

Arrange monitors back-to-back Seat students back-to-back Seat students in a semicircle (useful for schools using laptops) Seat students in widely spaced rows or in every other row (appropriate for a classroom setup) Dividing screens or other privacy materials may be used if students cannot be placed far enough away from each other Headphones Text-to-Speech To be in a testing room with other students,

headphones must be worn Students must be tested separately if they are unable to wear headphones Note: CMAS assessments do not contain audio unless TTS is used Online Test Management Prepare sessions at least one school-day prior to starting a test session Can only be done by SAC This step assigns forms to each student in the test session Prior to completing this step, ensure students are

assigned to the appropriate form-dependent accommodations and accessibility features (e.g., TTS) If not indicated prior to this step, remove student from the test session, update PNP, then add back to the test session Once the session is prepared and the window is open, the test session can be started Incorrect Form Assignment

Check form assignments before students log in Incorrect forms must be identified before students log in to test If errors are identified after students log in to test, the options are: Continue with the test and suppress the score Student receives an ISR, but the scores will not be aggregated Counts against participation for the school and district

Stop the test and invalidate with Void 06 Misadministration = the student will not receive an ISR Counts against participation for the school and district PAnext Prepare Test Session Monitoring Test Sessions Testing>Sessions>find session>Students in Sessions Screen Share Tasks to Complete on Test

Days (CBT) Distribute test materials (TAMs and Student testing tickets) Ensure TAMs have 2019 on the cover Ensure Test Administrators have a computer or tablet available Check form assignment Ensure accessibility features and accommodated forms are assigned to appropriate students Monitor test activity Be available to Test Administrators and Proctors Investigate security breaches and testing irregularities

Follow protocol for contaminated or damaged test materials, safety threats, and severe weather Respond to all technology related issues Collect materials from Test Administrators after each test unit CBT tasks, cont Prepare the test environment and situate students Start test session (SAC must prepare first) Unlock the unit being administered through PAnext Follow directions and read SAY script from TAM Hand out Student Testing Tickets and scratch paper when directed Assist students with logging into TestNav 8

Actively administer each test unit Collect Student Testing Tickets and scratch paper Confirm students have submitted the unit Lock the unit each day Stop test session in PAnext after last unit only The status of all tests for all students in the session must be Completed or Marked Complete* Tasks to Complete on Test Days (PBT) Distribute test materials Ensure TAMs have 2019 on the cover

Ensure Test Administrators have a computer or tablet available Monitor test activity Be available to Test Administrators and Proctors Investigate security breaches and testing irregularities Follow protocol for contaminated or damaged test materials, safety threats, and severe weather Collect materials from Test Administrators after each test unit School Decision What will students do after they finish unit? Will students be able to leave when they have

finished testing? (no minimum time) Sit quietly? Read? (cannot use any electronic reading devices) Should students be released to a location outside the testing area? What to do when all students have completed the unit? Where will students go if they are released? To whom will students be released? TA responsibilities Do

Ensure students have all necessary materials for each unit Ensure a standardized testing environment Read SAY directions exactly as written Move throughout the room during testing Re-read/clarify SAY directions to students when asked Use proximity to keep students on task

Use continue working script DO NOT Provide feedback Clarify test questions Answer content related questions Interfere with the students demonstration of skills Interact with students in any way that would impact student responses Engage in other tasks during test

sessions Read sources, passages, questions, or student responses Help with TestNav navigation Common Tech Issues Common Error Codes 1001: Your test has been saved. Please notify your test administrator. Early Warning System initial message, does not indicate the issue, another error code will follow 1009: Unable to download test content

Network connection issue between the testing device and Pearson servers 3005: TestNav has detected that another application attempted to become the active window Could be caused by pop-ups in the background or power saving features TestNav exits the test and displays the following errors when a student types certain key combinations while testing the test must be resumed before the student can sign in again: 3020: TestNav has detected that Command+Option+Esc has been typed... 3022: TestNav has detected that Ctrl+Alt+Del has been typed... 8026: Unable to connect to the proctor caching computer. Please contact your administrator.

Network connection issue between the testing device and the local proctor caching device Common Error Codes Next Steps Resume the students test in PAnext Have the student log in again on the same testing device Do not move the student to another testing device unless the student safely exits the test using the sign out feature If the same error occurs repeatedly, or if the same error is

affecting multiple students, contact the Technology Coordinator Common Errors 9059 9059: The username or password you entered is incorrect. If the username/password being used is accurate, the student may be on the incorrect login page Colorado Early Submission of Test

There are no confirmed cases of a student getting kicked out of TestNav and the test submitting itself In all cases where a students test was submitted and the log files were sent to Pearson, the student followed the on-screen logout procedures and hit the submit button CDE will unsubmit tests for: 3rd graders one time only Transcription Other grades: If log files sent to Pearson show that the student did not submit the test (which has never happened)

Technology Tip Document the specific device on which each student tests for each unit There is a space for this on the Student Testing Ticket This will aid in response recovery if it becomes necessary (SRF) If not identified, may not be able to recover responses If a student receives an error do not immediately move them to a new

device Sign in using the same device again, then click the User icon in the top right to Sign out This will send all responses saved on the device to the testing server Always have the student sign out if they wont be submitting their test Never just power-off Testing Irregularities Call me when... Students were grouped incorrectly not same directions or time

Students were given an incorrect amount of time (more or less) Students were cheating or using a unapproved electronic device Students used an unapproved accommodation or were not provided an accommodation according to IEP, 504, or EL plan Math, science, or social studies test read aloud to students without the oral script Test Administrator did not follow procedures PBT student goes past stop sign at the end of the unit Large number of students involved in a technology related irregularity If technology issues cause testing to not be completed on one day

Test security breach Student goes back into a unit on a different day and changes answers QUIZ After Testing Make-up Testing Students who are absent, become ill, or who can no longer test because of classroom, school, or technical interruptions during

originally scheduled units, may utilize make-up testing Students may not return to previously answered questions Test security and administration protocols apply SACs will establish make-up testing schedules for their schools Units may not be taken out of order for any content area Priority: Minimize risk of prior exposure to test content that could result in an invalidation After each test session

CBT After Testing The day of testing: Collect materials (Student Testing Tickets, scratch paper, etc.) Ensure students logged out of TestNav correctly Return materials to SAC using chain of custody form Notify SAC of absent students and/or needed transcriptions

PBT After Testing The day of testing: Collect materials (test books, scratch paper, etc.) Ensure names are on test materials Return materials to SAC using chain of custody form

Notify SAC of absent students and/or needed transcriptions Final Day Tasks to Complete After Testing CBT After Testing The final day of testing: Collect materials (Student Testing Tickets, scratch paper, etc.) Ensure all student test units are submitted/completed Ensure all test sessions are stopped Purge the cached test content Return used scratch paper and AT printouts in provided envelopes PBT After Testing

The final day of testing: Collect materials (test books, scratch paper, etc.) Ensure labels are affixed or data grids are completed Return scorable PBT materials to CSI as soon as possible (by 4/29*) Return used scratch paper and AT printouts in provided envelopes *If scorable materials are not delivered up by April 29, 2019 there is no guarantee that records for these PBT students will be included in SBD or scored. Returning Materials Science, social studies, math, ELA, and CSLA can be returned together

HOWEVER, please organize in boxes by subject/grade- user Header Sheets provided DO NOT mix scorable and nonscorable materials Label scorable and nonscorable materials Packing Scorable Materials Scorable Materials (ignore paper Packing Scorable Materials for Return bands- I keep those): Shipment: Science, social studies, math, ELA, and CSLA materials returned together

Do not mix scorable and nonscorable materials in the same box Once all materials are in boxes, indicate the sequence of boxes being returned for the school (e.g., Box 1 of 3, Box 2 of 3, and Box 3 of 3) on the return shipping label or directly on Box Nonscorable Materials Nonscorable materials Unused test books (e.g., absent students, parent excuse) Used test books marked Do Not Score including:

Large print test books (student responses transcribed into regular print (scorable) test book included in kit) Braille test books (student responses transcribed into regular print (scorable) test book included in kit) Other used test books that should not go through scoring (e.g., parent excusal received after the student started testing) CoAlt materials Secure Materials Must be Returned

If secure materials are missing, the following documentation must be sent to CDE: 1. Signed statement by the DAC 2. Signed statement by the SAC 3. Signed statements by any other involved personnel 4. Chain of custody documentation 5. Search documentation 6. Copies of signed Security Agreement forms for all involved persons 7. Form to Report Contaminated, Damaged, or Missing Materials (Appendix E)

Training materials relating to test security may also be requested. CDE will maintain records of missing materials to identify patterns. PBT reminder: Must commit to meeting security requirements, accounting for, and returning all secure materials

Student ID Labels The student ID label will override any bubbled demographic information on the test Set aside student ID labels that were not used to be securely destroyed/shredded (e.g., student left district, parent excuse) If an ID label is not available, complete all fields on the test data grid (must match info in PAnext) Incomplete or incorrect bubbling will lead to rejected student tests that must be resolved by the district

Pearson Access Clean-up PAnext Clean-up Activities CBT and PBT Use Operational Reports to ensure data accuracy: Reports > Operational Reports > Students & Registrations > Not Tested Student Tests (students with a NT Code/Reason applied) Void Score Tests (students with a Void Code/Reason applied) Students Registered but not Assigned to a Test Student Tests that have been Assigned but Not Yet Completed

Students where Responsible District/School is Different from Testing District/School Students with Multiple Tests of Same Subject Area Reports > Operational Reports > Online Testing > Online Student Tests Marked Test Complete

For School/District records only Mark Test Complete Reason does not invalidate Must enter Void Code/Reason separately Not Tested Students Students who were absent or not tested (did not access any part of the test): PBT: Return test materials in nonscorable boxes with unused materials ACTION: Indicate the Not Tested Reason/Code* in PAnext CBT: DO NOT mark complete students who did not start

testing ACTION: Indicate the Not Tested Reason/Code* in PAnext ACTION: Remove students from prepared/started test sessions If test session is not prepared/started, do not have to remove students *Not Tested and Void Reason/Codes are in the Procedures Manual in Appendix K: Data Section 3 Most common Not Tested Codes 09 (Parent Excusal) 03 (Withdrew before testing)

How to enter Not Tested Codes Setup>Students> Registration>Manage Student Tests> Screen Share Stop Test Sessions Any test sessions that were started need to be stopped by May 10, 2019 Started test sessions cannot be stopped unless all units for all students are either

Completed or Marked Complete Student tests with all units in Ready status need to be removed and coded with Not Tested Reasons Student tests with units in a combination of statuses need to be Marked Complete and may need to be voided Only for tests started but not completed Void Test Score and Not

Tested Coding Coding Parent Excusals Documentation of parent excusals must be maintained locally Parent excusal coding should never be indicated unless documentation is received from a parent/guardian In order for schools and districts to have parent excusals not count against participation, the following coding MUST be applied in PAnext or during SBD: For students who never started the test (CBT units not in Complete or Marked Complete status, PBT not returned with scorable materials) Not Tested Code of 09 For students who started but did not complete the test, or were Marked Complete

by the school Void Test Score Code of 09 Note: Marked Complete text box reason does not indicate parent excusal for accountability purposes. Suppressions CDE adds suppression codes and actions Student Biographical Data Tentative Dates Clean-up in PAnext Initial: Through May 10

Final: May 13 - 15 (District level only) SBD via Data Pipeline CMAS and CoAlt will be together May 20 30 SBD Contact: [email protected] 2019 Reporting Timeline Tentative 1. Student data files expected in June

OnDemand student reports available at this time (no comparative data) 2. Individual student performance reports and summary data files 3. District- and school-level reports Upcoming CMAS Due Dates Complete by January 25 All test assignments requiring physical materials in PAnext

School/grade/subject PBT selections PBT accommodated forms Large print Braille CSLA Spanish math, science, and social studies Oral scripts SACs submit Security Agreement and Verification of Training to CSI prior to start of testing (Mid-March)

Last Quiz! Resources (screen share) Pearson User Guide: https:// support.assessment.pearson.com/display/PAsup/PearsonAccess+Next+Online+Supp ort CDE CMAS Site: https://www.cde.state.co.us/assessment/cmas CSI CMAS Site: https://resources.csi.state.co.us/cmas/ Office Hours: 1/22, 3:00 pm Link: https://enetlearning.adobeconnect.com/r5eb4sdzxvf/

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