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Thursday, 11 October 2012
Extended Assessment: High School Retake Policy
Questions and Answers
The Oregon Statewide Assessment System (OSAS) is designed to assess a student's skills and knowledge of the content standards established by the State Board of Education. Students with disabilities who are on IEPs have many different opportunities for participating in Oregon's Statewide Assessment System. The documents below are included to respond to frequent questions about the inclusion of all students in statewide assessment.
Is there an appeals process for assessment decision?
Potential Appeals of Assessment Decision and Information on Options for Resolving Assessment Issues
01/11/2002 (52.63 KB)
What are the steps to add an accommodation to a statewide assessment test?
Process for Adaptations to Become Validated Accommodations and Modifications
11/19/2001 (12.83 KB)
This flowchart provides a visual overview of the process described in “Decision Process for Adaptations to Become Accommodations – What School Teams Including Parents Need to Know”.
What is the ASK settlement and how does it relate to the Blue Ribbon Panel?
The Settlement Agreement
02/16/2001 (46.74 KB)
Report of the Blue Ribbon Panel
02/16/2001 (127.86 KB)
More Information about the ASK Settlement
09/13/2006 (28.50 KB)
Oregon's Alternate (Extended) Assessment
Oregon's Extended Assessments are alternate assessments that are linked to grade level content standards. The Extended assessments measure the performance of students with significant cognitive disabilities against alternate performance standards.
Special Ed Data, Fiscal, Legal, and Information
The Special Education Data, Fiscal, Legal, & Information Units of the Office of Student Learning and Partnerships are responsible for providing general supervision statewide of the Individuals with Disabilities Act of 2004 (IDEA 2004).
Bradley J. Lenhardt
Special Education Monitoring, Systems, & Outcomes - Alternate Assessment Specialist
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