Oregon Department of Education

2011 House Bill 2220

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HB 2220 was enacted in 2011 by the Oregon Legislature and directs districts in reporting student achievement. On December 6, 2012, the Oregon State Board of Education adopted revisions to Oregon Administrative Rule 581-022-1670. The intent of HB 2220 and of revised OAR 581-022-1670 is to better inform students and parents of students’ progress toward acquiring the knowledge and skills included in the Oregon academic content standards.

HB 2220 requires schools to do two things:

1. At least one time each year, provide parents with a report indicating their student’s achievement measured against Oregon State standards at the student’s grade level.
2. The above mentioned grade must be based solely on the student’s academic performance and cannot be influenced by student behavior.

Bill, OAR, Numbered Memo, FAQ, and Comparison Chart
While HB 2220 doesn’t require anything more than the annual report of the students’ proficiency to the standards, some districts, schools, and classrooms have developed broader teaching and learning to proficiency systems.
Click here to learn more about these systems.

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