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1 Third Grade Reading Guarantee Update Sasheen Phillips, Senior Executive Director for the Center for Curriculum and Assessment December 2012

2 Third-Grade Guarantee Goal: Ensuring All Students Can Read

3 Early Reading Intervention Students receive help and support in the specific area of reading that is difficult for them New policy strengthens current law and includes more reading intervention

4 Senate Bill 316 Administer reading diagnostics Implement Reading Improvement and Monitoring Plans

5 Diagnostics for Grade LevelDiagnostic Options for the September 30 Deadline Kindergarten ODE K Screening Measure Comparable Tool from ODEs Approved List Grade 1 ODE Grade 1 Screening Measure Comparable Tool from ODEs Approved List Grade 2 ODE Grade 2 Screening Measure Comparable Tool from ODEs Approved List Grade 3 ODE Grade 3 Screening Measure Comparable Tool from ODEs Approved List

6 Diagnostics for Grade LevelDiagnostic Options for the September 30 Deadline Kindergarten ODE Kindergarten Entry Assessment Comparable Tool from ODEs Approved List Grade 1 ODE Grade 1 Screening Measure Comparable Tool from ODEs Approved List Grade 2 ODE Grade 2 Screening Measure Comparable Tool from ODEs Approved List Grade 3 ODE Grade 3 Screening Measure Comparable Tool from ODEs Approved List

7 Reading Improvement and Monitoring Plan All Reading Plans must be created within 60 days of when a student is designated not on-track.

8 Reading Improvement and Monitoring Plan Students remain on a Reading Plan until: –student scores on-track on the following years reading diagnostic assessment, or –Student scores proficient on the Grade 3 Reading OAA

9 Senate Bill 316 Provide early intervention and support Report data Retain 3 rd grade students that do not meet the required cut score.

10 OAA In the school year, for students who score below 390 on the third-grade reading OAA, districts select one option. Promote the student if the principal and students reading teacher agree the student is prepared academically for Grade 4; Promote the student, but continue to provide intensive intervention services in Grade 4; or Retain the student in the third grade.

11 OAA In the school year, all students scoring below 392 on the third-grade reading OAA must be retained, except for the following students: Limited English proficient students; Special education students whose IEPs exempt them; Students who demonstrate reading competency on an alternative reading assessment approved by ODE; and Any student who has received intensive remediation for two years and was previously retained in grades K-3.

12 Educator Qualifications (HB 555) Any teacher with a student retained by the Third Grade Reading Guarantee or on a reading improvement and monitoring plan must have been actively engaged in the reading instruction of students for the previous three years, and meet required criteria.

13 Educator Credentials (HB 555) For the school year: reading endorsement on the teachers license and a passing score on the corresponding assessment for that endorsement a masters degree program with a major in reading rated above value added, in reading as defined by ODE, for the last two years demonstrated evidence of a credential earned from an ODE-approved list of research-based reading instruction programs For school districts and community schools that cannot supply the number of teachers needed to meet the school year requirements credentialed staffing plans can be submitted to ODE for approval..

14 Educator Credentials (HB 555) For the school year and thereafter: a reading endorsement on the teachers license and attained a passing grade on the corresponding assessment for that endorsement a masters degree program with a major in reading rated above value added in reading, as defined by ODE, for the last two years a passing score on a rigorous test of principles of scientifically research-based reading instruction

15 Intensive Remediation Services for Retained Students For students retained by the Third-Grade Reading Guarantee, additional remediation includes: –90 minutes of daily reading –The option of outside service providers

16 Parents and the Third-Grade Reading Guarantee Parents must be notified in writing of their childs reading deficiency Parents should be included in the development of their childs Reading Plan

17 Parents and the Third-Grade Reading Guarantee Districts should accommodate parents schedules for services provided outside of regular school hours The law does not provide a parent the right to refuse any requirements of the Third Grade Reading Guarantee

18 Ohio Early Learning and Development Standards 18

19 Early Learning and Development Standards Span ages birth to Pre K Includes academic and developmental domains of readiness Aligned to the K-12 New Learning Standards Adopted- October

20 Early Childhood Comprehensive Assessment System (EC-CAS) Ohio and Maryland Collaboration 20

21 EC-CAS Pre-Kindergarten to Kindergarten Formative Assessment (36-72 months) Kindergarten Readiness Assessment Multiple Measures 21

22 EC-CAS Aligns to the Early Learning and Development Standards Ohio and Maryland Collaboration Professional Development and Technology Framework 22

23 Early Childhood Ohio

24 education.ohio.gov Search Key Words: Third Grade Reading Guarantee

25 Ohio Teachers Homeroom OhioEdDept ohio-department- of-education Connect with ODE

26 The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go. - Dr. Seuss

27 Criteria for Research-based reading instruction programs (Credentialed) Qualifies for a college credit Instruction in phonological, orthography, syntax, semantics, oral language development,morphology, discourse Promotes screening and progress monitoring so the teacher is prescriptive in diagnostic Alignment to the standards( common core and ELP) Promotes literacy across the curriculum Culturally responsive Clinical component / practicum working with students (supervised) Knowledge of text Ability to administer intervention for at risk students Requires candidate to design effective instruction based on information learned.

28 Research-based reading instruction programs (Credentialed) Reading Recovery Early World of Learning(tool) Success for All IMSLEC accrediting (e.g., OG) Junior Great Books Jacobs Ladder Wilson, Stevenson (includes optional training) TESOL Endorsement Literacy Specialists Endorsement

29 Guidance and Criteria for Service Providers

30 Early Literacy and Reading Readiness Conference

31 Communication and Support


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