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1 Mandated by the 81 st Texas Legislature

2 STAAR/End of Course Tests for Clyde High School Students Clyde CISD Policies and Practice

3 STAAR End of Course Tests

4 STAAR End of Course Tests o STAAR replaced TAKS beginning in March 2012

5 STAAR End of Course Tests o STAAR replaced TAKS beginning in March o In th grade students began taking the End of Course (EOC) tests for the courses in which they were enrolled.

6 STAAR End of Course Tests o STAAR replaced TAKS beginning in March o In th grade students began taking the End of Course (EOC) tests for the courses in which they were enrolled. o The first round of EOC’s were only taken by first time 9 th graders and by 8 th graders who were taking courses for high school credit. (Algebra I)

7 STAAR End of Course Tests o Students must pass the courses required by the 4x4 and their graduation programs – Minimum, Recommended or Distinguished

8 STAAR End of Course Tests o Students must pass the courses required by the 4x4 and their graduation programs – Minimum, Recommended or Distinguished o Students currently in grades 11, and 12 will continue to take the TAKS tests.

9 English Language Arts English I English II English III* Mathematics Algebra I Geometry Algebra II* Social Studies World Geography World History U.S. History Science Biology Chemistry Physics EOC Subject Areas *Also has College Readiness Score

10 STAAR vs. TAKS Compared to TAKS, STAAR/EOC has:

11 STAAR vs. TAKS Compared to TAKS, STAAR/EOC has:  More tests

12 STAAR vs. TAKS Compared to TAKS, STAAR/EOC has:  More tests  Increased difficulty, rigor and complexity

13 STAAR vs. TAKS Compared to TAKS, STAAR/EOC has:  More tests  Increased difficulty, rigor and complexity  4-hour time limit

14 STAAR vs. TAKS Compared to TAKS, STAAR/EOC has:  More tests  Increased difficulty, rigor and complexity  4-hour time limit  Cumulative scoring

15 STAAR vs. TAKS Compared to TAKS, STAAR/EOC has:  More tests  Increased difficulty, rigor and complexity  4-hour time limit  Cumulative scoring  Scores count as part of final semester grades and affect GPA and class rank

16 The EOC score will be used to determine students GPA and will affect their class rank.

17 Credit will be awarded in courses where an EOC test is given based ONLY on the final grade.

18 New: EOC Scoring  Four different scores

19 New: EOC Scoring  Four different scores  Minimum Score

20 New: EOC Scoring  Four different scores  Minimum Score  English I (Reading)1813  English I (Writing)1798  Algebra I3371  Biology3367  World Geography3383

21 New: EOC Scoring  Four different scores  Minimum Score  English II (Reading)1806  English II (Writing)1807  Geometry3362  Chemistry3348  World History3326

22 New: EOC Scoring  Four different scores  Minimum Score Students who do not achieve minimum score must retake the EOC

23 New: EOC Accelerated Instruction Any student who does not meet the satisfactory performance level on an EOC assessment is required to receive accelerated instruction prior to retesting.

24 New: EOC Scoring  Four different scores  Minimum Score Students who do not achieve minimum score must retake the EOC  Passing Score (Satisfactory Performance) Phase-in Level II

25 Satisfactory Performance (Phase-in Level II) English I/English II (Reading) 1875 English I/English II (Writing) 1875 Algebra I/Geometry3500 Biology/Chemistry3500 W. Geography/ W. History3500

26 New: EOC Scoring  Four different scores  Minimum Score Students who do not achieve minimum score must retake the EOC  Passing Score (Satisfactory Performance)  College Readiness Score/Advanced Academic

27 College Readiness Score/Advanced Academic English I (Reading)2304 English I (Writing)2476 Algebra4333 Biology4576 World Geography4404 English II (Reading)2328 English II (Writing)2476 Geometry4397 Chemistry4607 World History4634

28 New: EOC Scoring  Four different scores  Minimum Score Students who do not achieve minimum score must retake the EOC  Passing Score (Satisfactory Performance)  College Readiness Score  Cumulative Score

29 New: EOC Scoring Cumulative Score The scores from all three tests in the same core subject area are added together to get the cumulative score.

30 New: EOC Scoring Cumulative Score The scores from all three tests in the same core subject area are added together to get the cumulative score.

31 New: EOC Scoring In order to meet the cumulative score requirement across a core subject area, a students score must be equal to the passing score (satisfactory performance score) multiplied by three.

32 New: EOC Scoring In order to meet the cumulative score requirement across a core subject area, a students score must be equal to the passing score (satisfactory performance score) multiplied by three. Math/Science/Social Studies Algebra + Geometry +Algebra II = ELA = 5625

33 New: EOC Scoring In order to meet the cumulative score requirement across a core subject area, a students score must be equal to the passing score (satisfactory performance score) multiplied by three. A student could achieve the minimum score on all three tests but not meet the cumulative score requirement.

34 New: EOC Scoring Example Math = This is not equal to 10,500 which is required for graduation.

35 New: Student Performance Levels

36 New: Student Performance Levels Level III: Advanced Academic Performance

37 New: Student Performance Levels Level III: Advanced Academic Performance Level II: Satisfactory Academic Performance

38 New: Student Performance Levels Level III: Advanced Academic Performance Level II: Satisfactory Academic Performance Level I: Unsatisfactory Academic Performance

39 New: Student Performance Levels Level III: Advanced Academic Performance Level II: Satisfactory Academic Performance Level I: Unsatisfactory Academic Performance

40 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements

41 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Recommended Graduation Program (Default program for all CCISD students; required by all 4-year colleges in Texas)

42 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Recommended Graduation Program (Default program for all CCISD students; required by all 4-year colleges in Texas) Must take all 12 (15) EOC tests.

43 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Recommended Graduation Program (Default program for all CCISD students; required by all 4-year colleges in Texas) Must take all 12 (15) EOC tests. Must meet cumulative score requirement in each subject area.

44 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Recommended Graduation Program (Default program for all CCISD students; required by all 4-year colleges in Texas) Must take all 12 (15) EOC tests. Must meet cumulative score requirement in each subject area. Must achieve Level II Satisfactory Academic Performance on the Algebra II and English III EOC tests

45 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Distinguished Achievement Program

46 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Distinguished Achievement Program Must take all 12 (15) EOC tests.

47 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Distinguished Achievement Program Must take all 12 (15) EOC tests. Must meet the cumulative score requirement in each of the four subject areas.

48 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Distinguished Achievement Program Must take all 12 (15) EOC tests. Must meet the cumulative score requirement in each of the four subject areas. Must achieve Level III: Advanced Academic Performance on the Algebra II and English III EOC tests

49 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Minimum Graduation Program

50 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Minimum Graduation Program Must take corresponding EOC tests for completed EOC course.

51 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Minimum Graduation Program Must take corresponding EOC tests for completed EOC course.

52 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Minimum Graduation Program Must take corresponding EOC tests for completed EOC course. Must meet the cumulative score requirement in each of the four core subject areas.

53 New: Impact on Graduation Program Requirements  Requirements for entering into the MHSP  16 years of age  Completed 2 credits in each of the core areas or  Failed to promote to the 10 th grade one or more times.

54 New: EOC Retakes

55 o Retake tests will be administered three times a year: o End of Fall semester o End of Spring semester o Summer

56 New: EOC Retakes o Retake tests will be administered three times a year: o End of Fall semester o End of Spring semester o Summer o A student must retake an EOC test that does not meet the minimum score.

57 New: EOC Retakes o Retake tests will be administered three times a year: o End of Fall semester o End of Spring semester o Summer o A student must retake an EOC test that does not meet the minimum score. o A student may retake an EOC test as many times as he/she chooses.

58 New: Awarding of Credit

59 In EOC courses in junior high and high school, credit will be awarded based on the final grade. 42.5% of grade will include: 3 six week grades from 1st semester

60 New: Awarding of Credit In EOC courses in junior high and high school, credit will be awarded based on the final grade. 42.5% of grade will include: 3 six week grades from 1st semester Semester exam from 1st semester

61 New: Awarding of Credit In EOC courses in junior high and high school, credit will be awarded based on the final grade. 42.5% of grade will include: 3 six week grades from 1st semester Semester exam from 1st semester 42.5% of grade will include: 3 six weeks grades from 2 nd semester

62 New: Awarding of Credit In EOC courses in junior high and high school, credit will be awarded based on the final grade. 42.5% of grade will include: 3 six week grades from 1st semester Semester exam from 1st semester 42.5% of grade will include: 3 six weeks grades from 2 nd semester Semester exam from 2 nd semester (if given)

63 New: Awarding of Credit In EOC courses in junior high and high school, credit will be awarded based on the final grade. 42.5% of grade will include: 3 six week grades from 1st semester Semester exam from 1st semester 42.5% of grade will include: 3 six weeks grades from 2 nd semester Semester exam from 2 nd semester (if given) 15% of grade will be the EOC exam

64 EOC test scores from the first administration will be used to determine GPA and class rank.

65 English I, English II, and English III have both a reading test and a writing test that are combined to make the 15% EOC test grade.

66 Clyde CISD will count the reading test 60% and the writing test 40% when they combine the scores to make one EOC score for English.

67 New: Awarding of Credit Official Report Cards will not be mailed until EOC scores arrive at Clyde High School.

68 Clyde CISD conversion scores will be:  Advanced Academic Performance = 100

69 Clyde CISD conversion scores will be:  Advanced Academic Performance = 100  Satisfactory Academic Performance = 85

70 Clyde CISD conversion scores will be:  Advanced Academic Performance = 100  Satisfactory Academic Performance = 85  Minimum Score = 75

71 Clyde CISD conversion scores will be:  Advanced Academic Performance = 100  Satisfactory Academic Performance = 85  Minimum Score = 75  Unsatisfactory Academic Performance = 65

72 GPA Calculation Clyde High School will continue to use the enhanced GPA system. Maximum grades: AP Course = 110 Dual Credit Course = 108 Pre-AP Course = 105

73 New: EOC Courses Taken in Junior High Junior High students are required to take the EOC for the course in which they are enrolled.

74 New: EOC Courses Taken in Junior High Junior High students are required to take the EOC for the course in which they are enrolled. The EOC score will count for 15% of the final grade.

75 New: EOC Courses Taken in Junior High Junior High students are required to take the EOC for the course in which they are enrolled. The EOC score will count for 15% of the final grade. In the future junior high students MAY have to take both the EOC and the appropriate grade level STAAR test to meet federal accountability requirements.

76 New: Student Transfers  Student transfers includes students who have transferred to Clyde CISD from:

77 New: Student Transfers  Student transfers includes students who have transferred to Clyde CISD from:  Home schools

78 New: Student Transfers  Student transfers includes students who have transferred to Clyde CISD from:  Home schools  Out-of-district schools

79 New: Student Transfers  Student transfers includes students who have transferred to Clyde CISD from:  Home schools  Out-of-district schools  Out-of-state schools

80 New: Student Transfers  Student transfers includes students who have transferred to Clyde CISD from:  Home schools  Out-of-district schools  Out-of-state schools  Out-of-country schools

81 New: Student Transfers  Student transfers includes students who have transferred to Clyde CISD from:  Home schools  Out-of-district schools  Out-of-state schools  Out-of-country schools  Student transfers must take EOC tests for the courses in which they are enrolled and must meet the cumulative score requirement for each core subject area.

82 New: Students in Non-Traditional Courses  Non-traditional students include:

83 New: Students in Non-Traditional Courses  Non-traditional students include:  Dual Credit

84 New: Students in Non-Traditional Courses  Non-traditional students include:  Dual Credit  Advanced Placement

85 New: Students in Non-Traditional Courses  Non-traditional students include:  Dual Credit  Advanced Placement  Correspondence Courses

86 New: Students in Non-Traditional Courses  Non-traditional students include:  Dual Credit  Advanced Placement  Correspondence Courses  Summer School

87 New: Students in Non-Traditional Courses  Non-traditional students include:  Dual Credit  Advanced Placement  Correspondence Courses  Summer School  Online (Including Credit Recovery)

88 New: Students in Non-Traditional Courses  Non-traditional students include:  Dual Credit  Advanced Placement  Correspondence Courses  Summer School  Online (Including Credit Recovery)  Credit by Exam

89 New: Students in Non-Traditional Courses  Non-traditional students include:  Dual Credit  Advanced Placement  Correspondence Courses  Summer School  Online (Including Credit Recovery)  Credit by Exam  Students must take EOC tests for the courses in which they are enrolled and meet the cumulative score requirement for each core subject area.

90 New: Dual Credit Issue

91 Colleges award credit by the semester.

92 New: Dual Credit Issue Colleges award credit by the semester. Articulation agreements may require changes that will support the changes in grading policy.

93 Student Action Plan

94 Stay informed about EOC practices and changes.

95 Student Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and know your grades.

96 Student Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and know your grades. Commit to making the highest 6 weeks grade possible.

97 Student Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and know your grades. Commit to making the highest 6 weeks grade possible. Attend class every day.

98 Student Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and know your grades. Commit to making the highest 6 weeks grade possible. Attend class every day. Complete assignments and turn them in.

99 Student Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and know your grades. Commit to making the highest 6 weeks grade possible. Attend class every day. Complete assignments and turn them in. Determine your needs for retakes.

100 Student Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and know your grades. Commit to making the highest 6 weeks grade possible. Attend class every day. Complete assignments and turn them in. Determine your needs for retakes. Retake EOC tests ASAP.

101 Student Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and know your grades. Commit to making the highest 6 weeks grade possible. Attend class every day. Complete assignments and turn them in. Determine your needs for retakes. Retake EOC tests ASAP. Communicate: Have ongoing conversations with counselors, parents, and teachers.

102 Parent/Guardian Action Plan

103 Stay informed about EOC practices and changes.

104 Parent/Guardian Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and how to apply them to your child’s grades.

105 Parent/Guardian Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and how to apply them to your child’s grades. Use on-line grade checking to keep track of your child’s grades and EOC test scores.

106 Parent/Guardian Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and how to apply them to your child’s grades. Use on-line grade checking to keep track of your child’s grades and EOC test scores. Encourage your child to excel in all EOC courses.

107 Parent/Guardian Action Plan Stay informed about EOC practices and changes. Learn the grading policies and how to apply them to your child’s grades. Use on-line grade checking to keep track of your child’s grades and EOC test scores. Encourage your child to excel in all EOC courses. Communicate: Have ongoing conversations with your child, your child’s counselor, teachers, and administrators.

108 Resources for All

109  Texas Education Agency

110 Resources for All  Texas Education Agency 

111 Resources for All  Texas Education Agency  

112 Resources for All  Texas Education Agency   

113 Resources for All  Texas Education Agency    

114 Questions


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