This update outlines what CTE standards are and their role in educational offerings for students. Included are resources that can be used to guide the development of CTE standards or programs.
This update provides an overview of the 1% assessment participation cap, which is designed to limit the number of students with disabilities who are assessed with a state alternate assessment. Frequently asked questions about the 1% cap and and its impact on state assessment practices are addressed.
CSAI presented at the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) Standards, Assessments, and Accountability System Negotiated Rulemaking Committee meeting on state requirements related to English Learners under the Every Student Succeeds Act. This presentation includes federal policy requirements, state implementation examples, and considerations for how the Committee may approach their own decision-making.
This update provides an overview of the different state content and language assessment requirements for states to consider when assessing English learners with the new testing provisions under The Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
This update outlines current state initiatives to implement ethnic studies standards in California, Indiana, Oregon, and Texas. For each state, it includes links to any available meeting materials or standards information that the state has made available, as well as updates on the progress of ethnic studies standards development or implementation in the state.
This update discusses how to use student assessment data thoughtfully to improve decision-making and outcomes. State examples and an annotated list of resources are also provided.