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NAEP 2013 Inclusion Guidelines for Idaho Students with Disabilities (SD) Angela Hemingway Idaho State Department of Education NAEP State Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 208-332-6824
Coordinate NAEP Inclusion It is extremely important to coordinate the inclusion of students with disabilities (SD) and English Language Learners (ELL) on NAEP More emphasis is being placed on the differences in inclusion rates across the states and districts SD and ELL worksheets must be accurately completed by the schools
Items Needed to Complete the SD Worksheet 1) SD Worksheets – Found in the pre-assessment packet 2) Instructions for Completing the SD Worksheets -Found in pre-assessment packet and emailed to School Coordinator 3) Idaho’s NAEP SD Inclusion Guidelines –Found in pre-assessment packet and emailed to School Coordinator 4) NAEP SD Decision Tree – Found in pre-assessment packet and in this PowerPoint
ITEM 2: Instructions for Completing SD Worksheets (4 pages)
ITEM 3: Idaho’s SD Inclusion Guidelines for Math & Reading Idaho’s alternate assessment is called the ISAT-Alt (Idaho Standards Achievement Test – Alternate Assessment) NOTE: Idaho does not have an alternate assessment based on modified achievement standards Only students with disabilities that take the ISAT-Alt may be excluded from NAEP
NAEP 2013 SD Decision Tree for Idaho Idaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) Idaho does not have a modified assessment ISAT – ALT (Alternate Assessment )
Students eligible for exclusion The only students eligible to be excluded from NAEP are those who take the ISAT-Alt. 10 With an alternate assessment with alternate achievement standards * Student may be excluded (Column I = Code 3)
Idaho’s SD Inclusion Guidelines for Math & Reading All SD NAEP accommodations should be offered for SD students in Idaho. If the students is allowed an accommodation on the ISAT (or on other classroom paper/pencil assessments), then the SC should determine if that accommodation can also be made on NAEP.
Idaho’s SD Inclusion Guidelines for Math & Reading Please note the following differences in accommodation practices for the ISAT and the expectation for inclusion on NAEP. The ISAT is completely computer-based and multiple choice therefore different accommodations may be necessary. 1.Students who have the read aloud accommodation on the ISAT Reading assessment should be included in NAEP Reading and should be encouraged to take the test without the accommodation. 2.Only students that require a calculator for testing in their IEP or 504 Plans are eligible for the NAEP calculator version of the test. 3.Students who receive multiple day testing on the ISAT should take the NAEP assessments in one day with breaks, as needed. NAEP is much shorter than the state assessments, so multiple day testing is not offered. Students take two 25-minute subject matter blocks and answer survey questions about their educational experiences. 4.On NAEP, all students write responses in the assessment booklets, not on separate answer documents or on the computer.
Columns A - D Items that are pre- printed – by NAEP or field staff: Student Name NAEP subject Session #/Line # NAEP Student Booklet ID # 14
Column E Current SD Classification Has an IEP for a disability Has a Section 504 Plan and needs accommodations to be tested Does not have an IEP or Section 504 Plan 15
Column F 16 According to the student’s IEP or Section 504 Plan, how is this student assessed on the state assessment in the NAEP subject? Top of the SD Decision Tree
Column F 17 Responses match the various branches of the SD Decision Tree Without accommodations With accommodations allowed by NAEP With one or more accommodations not allowed by NAEP With an alternate assessment with modified achievement standards* With an alternate assessment with alternate achievement standards *
Column G School records student accommodations received on state test in NAEP subject. Refers to Idaho’s SD Inclusion Guidelines 18
Column H Are all listed accommodations allowed in the NAEP subject? Refers to Idaho’s SD Inclusion Guidelines 19
Column I How should this student be tested on NAEP? Refers to SD Decision Tree 20 Student takes NAEP without accommodations (Column I = Code 1) Student takes NAEP with accommodations allowed by NAEP (Column I = Code 2) Schools are encouraged to include student on NAEP with accommodations allowed by NAEP (Column I = Code 2) Student takes NAEP with accommodations allowed by NAEP (Column I = Code 2) Student may be excluded (Column I = Code 3)
The School Coordinator must have these worksheets returned by the date of the pre-assessment visit. During the pre-assessment visit, the NAEP assessment coordinator must have the completed worksheets in order to determine accommodations and logistics associate with the assessment. When is the SD Worksheet DUE?
Questions? Please do not hesitate to contact me. I serve as Idaho’s NAEP State Coordinator and I am here to serve you! Angela Hemingway email@example.com 208-332-6824 Thank you for all you do to support NAEP in Idaho!