2 College/Career Readiness Rate 2012 February DAC MeetingsCollege/Career Readiness RateCareer Ready: Must meet benchmarks for one requirement in Career Academic area and must meet one requirement in Career Technical areaCareer Ready AcademicCareer Ready TechnicalArmed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)ACT WorkKeys (Applied Math, Locating information, and Reading for Information)Kentucky Occupational Skills Standards Assessment (KOSSA)Industry CertificatesBonus: College AND Career Readymust meet at least one from each areaCollege Ready AcademicCareer Ready TechnicalACT or COMPASSor KYOTEKOSSAIndustry CertificatesNOTES: (1) By meeting the College Ready Academic definition, the student does not have to take the additional tests of ASVAB or WorkKeys for the bonus area. (2) For accountability purposes, the bonus shall not allow the readiness percentage to exceed 100 percent.College Ready:Must meet benchmarks on one of the following:College ReadyACTCOMPASSKYOTE2
3 Opportunities to Demonstrate College Readiness What If…Student doing credit recovery jumps from grade 10 to grade 12 this year. How does this student demonstrate college readiness?ACT – Junior year (required)COMPASS or KYOTE – Senior yearCOMPASS or KYOTE
5 ACT Accommodations Affect Accountability 2012 February DAC MeetingsACT Accommodations Affect AccountabilityACT-Approved Accommodations = College Reportable ScoreState Allowed Accommodations = Non Reportable College ScoreUsed in Growth calculationUsed in College/Career ReadinessUsed in Growth calculationNot used in College/Career Readiness (even if benchmarks met)
6 COMPASS / KYOTE Accommodations DO NOT Affect Accountability 2012 February DAC MeetingsCOMPASS / KYOTE Accommodations DO NOT Affect AccountabilityStudents taking COMPASS or KYOTE may receive any accommodation that is listed on a current IEP, PSP or 504 PlanThese accommodations DO NOT affect accountability
7 College/Career Readiness Rate Based on Grade 12 students (graduates or completers with G- Codes in Infinite Campus)Includes best score on English, Math and Reading from all ACT State and National Administrations in Kentucky and COMPASS or KYOTE scoresData reviewed by schools and districts prior to fall reportMust meet CPE’s ACT BenchmarksUse Student Name from IC
9 College Ready StatusTracking of College Readiness is available on the JCPS CCR dashboard.https://portal.jefferson.kyschools.us/bi/slc/CCR/Pages/Def ault.aspxIf you do not have access to this please contact:Jimmy Genslinger:
10 College Ready Status Includes all SENIORS in the school If the data is not up to date (check date on screen), please contact Jimmy and he will pull the most current data.
11 College Ready StatusIf you are not familiar with the dashboard please view the “CCR Dashboard User Guide” on the JCPS Testing Unit website.This can be found on the Building Assessment Coordinator page under the COMPASS dropdown menu.
15 Administered to all high school juniors in March. New DAC TrainingKDE:OAA: DSR: 8/7/2012ACTAdministered to all high school juniors in March.Confirm that high schools have determined test site establishment and accommodations procedures.ACT CPE BenchmarksReading = 20English = 18Mathematics = 19
16 ACT ACT Initial Test Day – March 4, 2014 ACT Makeup Day – March 18, 2014ACT Accommodations Window – March 4-18
17 COMPASS® http://compass.act.org/eCompass 2012 February DAC MeetingsCOMPASS®College Placement Assessment for Seniors
18 COMPASS® College Placement 2012 February DAC MeetingsCOMPASS® College PlacementCourse Placement for colleges and universities(Mathematics assessment includes Algebra and Pre-Algebra scores to aid course placement)COMPASS® will not replace ACT as an admissions exam.For College Admission requirements, contact the individual institution.
19 Overview of ProgramOpportunity for SENIORS who have not met ACT CPE benchmarks in:ReadingEnglishMathematicsSeniors may test TWICE
20 Second Administration Seniors may take each eligible assessment twice.Steps:Students receive interventionFirst COMPASS® administrationStudents who did not met benchmarks completed an additional intervention (MINIMUM FIVE DAYS BETWEEN ADMINISTRATIONS)Second COMPASS® administration (only after intervention)
21 COMPASS® Computer Adaptive Accommodations (No Special Forms) 2012 February DAC MeetingsCOMPASS®Computer AdaptiveAccommodations (No Special Forms)Test Irregularity ReportInterventionsSeating Charts
23 COMPASS® Score (at or above) COMPASS® Cut ScoresSubjectCOMPASS® Score (at or above)English (Writing Skills)74Mathematics (Algebra)36Reading85
24 COMPASS & College Readiness College Readiness will include scores meeting the benchmarks from:KDE’s COMPASSKCTCS’ COMPASSOther Colleges’ scores added during Data ReviewAll Kentucky public colleges and universities can access KDE COMPASS scores.Additional details surrounding the sharing of COMPASS scores between KDE and KCTCS are available from the COMPASS DAC Guide and update training.
25 Training for COMPASS® Administrators ALL STAFF:Annual Administration Code and Inclusion of Special Populations Regulations
26 Training for COMPASS® Administrators New staff must complete the New Administration TrainingOnline COMPASS® Training Series available from the JCPS Testing Unit website.MUST COMPLETE ALL
27 Training for COMPASS® Administrators Previously trained staff must view the COMPASS® Update Training (approximately 30 minutes)COMPLETE UPDATE TRAINING ONLY
28 2012 February DAC MeetingsCOMPASS® Contact InformationKDEACTIntervention InformationApril Pieper (NGL) (502)COMPASS® Technical Support(800)Option 2Available 24 x 7JCPSTesting UnitRyan Goepper(502)
29 KYOTE https://www.kyote.org College Readiness Placement Exam for Seniorshttps://www.kyote.org
30 KYOTEKentucky Online Testing placement exams for grade 12 students who have not met the CPE ACT benchmarks in English, reading or mathematics.Trainings are available in August.Program details are available from the user manual and the training sessions.NEW: Irregularity Report SpreadsheetDifferent from COMPASS placement exam in the Mathematics area.Students who score 19 or above on the ACT are considered to be college ready. Students who score between have the choice to take or not take the college Algebra exam. Students whose planned major does not require college Algebra may decide not to take the KYOTE College Algebra exam. Students who will need to take a college Algebra class will want to take the KYOTE College Algebra exam.New KDE KYOTE page contains links to the user manual and the KYOTE website.The KYOTE page at KDE also contains the new Irregularity Report Spreadsheet. It is used the same way for COMPASS – to report to KDE what happened while a student was testing online and why this student has more than one score.
31 KYOTE USER’S GUIDE Step by step approach Create class and student accountsAdminister examAccess resultsBAC’s should grant access to Erica Thompson, Jimmy Genslinger and Joe Prather so data can be added to the JCPS DashboardInformationPreparing computers for examsCalculator policiesTesting frequency policiesPassing scores
32 KYOTE Score (at or above) KYOTE Cut ScoresSubjectKYOTE Score (at or above)Mathematics College Readiness Exam22Mathematics College Algebra Exam14Reading20English (Writing)6
33 KYOTE Mathematics ACT (18 and below) College Readiness Exam Purpose: College Algebra ExamPurpose:Students to be placed in entry level mathematics credit bearing coursesIncluded in CCR calculationPurpose:Students to be placed in College Algebra as require by their college majorIncluded in CCR calculation
34 KYOTE MATHEMATICS TESTING FREQUENCY (page 5 KYOTE User’s Guide) 1. MATHEMATICS COLLEGE READINESS EXAM – This is the primary test seniors take (seniors who did not meet the ACT CPE benchmark of 19).Administration –Must be taken at the end of the trimester or semesterStudents who are within 2 points of passing the exam (20 or 21 on Mathematics College Readiness Exam) should be given the opportunity to retake the exam within one week. This process can be repeated each semester or trimester of their senior year.MATHEMATICS COLLEGE ALGEBRA EXAM– Only if students need a higher ACT benchmark (above a 19) for a college course they want to take. Math placement exam – Contact KY college for specific admission/major requirements.Students who are within 2 points of passing the exam (12 or 13 on Mathematics College Algebra Exam) should be given the opportunity to retake the exam within one week. This process can be repeated each semester or trimester of their senior year.
35 KYOTE READING TESTING FREQUENCY (page 5 KYOTE User’s Guide) Administration -Take at the end of a trimester or a semesterStudent may take only one time regardless of score.
36 KYOTE Placement Accounts It is strongly recommended that schools create a placement account for each student:Log on to Click on Register under Students. Enter the student’saddress,first name, last name andunique SSID- ten digit KDE Infinite Campus student number . It is essential that this number be entered correctly. There is no way to change it once the account is created. For the complete process of setting up placement accounts consult the KYOTE User’s Guide
37 KYOTE Data Critical information for matching is correct name and SSID. Incorrect SSID numbers CANNOT be corrected in the KYOTE system.You will need to correct this during data review in order to receive credit.KYOTE will return the student scores to KDE for inclusion in College Readiness.
38 KYOTE Contacts Paul Eakin (859) 257-6798 firstname.lastname@example.org Steve Newman(859)
39 REMINDEREvery A1 AND Non-A1 school SHOULD be administering COMPASS and/or KYOTE to support students in becoming college-ready
40 Career Readiness Career Academic (WorkKeys & ASVAB) Career Technical (KOSSA & Industry Certificates)
41 Career Ready Technical Career Readiness Rate2012 February DAC MeetingsCareer Ready:Must meet benchmarks for one requirement in Career Academic area and must meet one requirement in Career Technical areaCareer Ready AcademicCareer Ready TechnicalArmed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)ACT Work Keys (Applied Math, Locating information, and Reading for Information)Kentucky Occupational Skills Standards Assessment (KOSSA)Industry Certificates41
42 Opportunities to Demonstrate Career Readiness Career Measures – Throughout high schoolCareer academic (ASVAB or WorkKeys)Career technical (KOSSA or Industry certificates)While the tests are optional, students must have these measures to be CCR.Unless CTE Preparatory Student, ASVAB and WorkKeys does not increase your CCR.
43 Preparatory StudentsStudent who has completed two career and technical education credits in a preparatory program and is enrolled in the third credit course(s) in the same career pathway. What If… A student is enrolled in welding for 2 credits and takes nursing for another credit. Is this student considered a Preparatory Student?No. Student must be enrolled in third credit of the same career pathway.
44 & Career Ready ACADEMIC TECHNICAL ---OR--- ---OR--- KOSSA 2012 February DAC MeetingsCareer ReadyACADEMICTECHNICALWorkKeys = Silver or AboveApplied MathLocating InformationReading for Information---OR---ASVAB = 50Armed Services Vocational Aptitude BatteryKOSSAMultiple-Choice = 70Constructed-Response = 75---OR---Industry CertificateCertification based on industry standards&
45 College/Career Readiness for All Introducing KDE’s new resource page for CCR information designed to be the starting point for all your College/Career Readiness answers.default.aspx
46 Career Ready & Scheduling 5 Star Schools – Cohort scheduling – MajorsNon 5 Star SchoolsWork with CTE officeReview faculty credentialsAlign KDE/KOCTE program of studies/majors to school major/course offerings and appropriate KOSSA or Industry CertificationStudent scheduling – CTE course takes “required” importance/priority
47 Career Major Planning Links CTE Programs of Study -Valid KOSSA and Industry Certifications for CCRCareer Pathways FAQ - ons2012.pdfEPSB Credential Look-up: https://wd.kyepsb.net/EPSB.WebApps/KECI/
49 WorkKeys Job Skills Assessment Available through local Area Technology Center or directly through ACT, Inc.Student data should be entered into TEDS.
50 WorkKeys® Assessments Applied MathematicsLocating InformationReading for Information
51 WorkKeys Resource Page ACT WorkKeys Webcast (Overview of WorkKeys)WorkKeys Preparation and Test Taking Strategies PowerPointACT WorkKeys WebsiteAdministration Code Training for ATC Principals, Local Districts & Administrators
52 WorkKeys Contact InformationOffice of Career and Technical EducationOffice of Employment and Training
54 KOSSA Testing window: February 3-28, 2014 Administered at local high schoolsRequired for Senior Preparatory Students (or students can take a related industry certification)Requires Administration Code and Inclusion of Special Populations training
55 KOSSA Agriculture Business and Marketing Construction Associated PathwaysAgricultureBusiness and MarketingConstructionEngineering and TechnologyFamily and Consumer ScienceHealth ScienceIndustrial EducationInformation TechnologyManufacturingTransportation
56 KOSSA ResourcesKOSSA Training videoIndustry Certificates List
57 Laura Arnold Pam Moore Office of Career and Technical Education KOSSA Contacts(502)Office of Career andTechnical EducationLaura ArnoldPam Moore
59 ASVABPart of CCR, the ASVAB assesses academic ability and predicts success in a wide variety of careers.The Armed Forces Qualification Test or AFQT is the score computed from these four components of the ASVAB:Word Knowledge (WK)Arithmetic Reasoning (AR)Paragraph Comprehension (PC)Mathematics Knowledge (MK).To be considered Career Ready, students must score at or above the 50th percentile
60 ASVAB AccommodationsThe only accommodation allowed for students with special needs is “extended time”. A student may be allowed only 30 minutes extra. No other accommodation is permitted.
61 ASVAB Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Available through local Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS)CDs now received in districts (June); districts responsible for entering data into TEDS.Contact: Glenn Stegemann, Program Mgr.(502) , Ext. 2241
63 INDUSTRY CERTIFICATES Resources Industry Certificates List
64 Bonus: College AND Career Ready must meet at least one from each area 2012 February DAC MeetingsCollege/Career BONUSBonus: College AND Career Readymust meet at least one from each areaCollege Ready AcademicCareer Ready TechnicalACT or COMPASSor KYOTEKOSSAIndustry CertificatesNOTES: (1) By meeting the College Ready Academic definition, the student does not have to take the additional tests of ASVAB or Work Keys for the bonus area. (2) For accountability purposes, the bonus shall not allow the readiness percentage to exceed 100 percent.Must be a CTE Preparatory Student