Presentation on theme: "ASSESSMENT PATHWAY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS. TELPAS Years in U.S. Schools Revised Standards Asylees/Refugees Composite score ELL Progress Measure."— Presentation transcript:
TELPAS Years in U.S. Schools Revised Standards Asylees/Refugees Composite score ELL Progress Measure PLan Provide year to year performance expectations on STAAR assessments Level of English language proficiency Available for all English language STAAR exams State Accountability STAAR L and SSI Inclusion of ELLs in 2014 Accountability and Beyond Inclusion dependent on language of assessment and years in U.S. schools New to ELLs in 2014
STEP 1 Determine if the student is eligible to receive the ELL progress measure Determined on a test by test basis Valid STAAR scale score LEP Not a parent denial Took an English test (STAAR and STAAR L, does not include STAAR M or STAAR Alt)
STEP 2 Determine the plan for the student Number of years in U.S. schools TELPAS composite rating Extenuating circumstances Unschooled asylee/refugee SIFE (student with interrupted formal schooling)
STEP 3 In order to determine whether a student Met or Exceeded his or her ELL progress measure expectation, the following information is needed; Student’s ELL Progress measure plan Student’s current number of years in U.S. schools Student’s STAAR scale score http://www.tea.state.tx.us/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=25769810176.
TELPAS ELL Progress Measure Plan State Accountability Instruction
CONTACT INFORMATION Trish Flores 512-919-5116 email@example.com Tracy Dennis 512-919-5223 firstname.lastname@example.org Tonia Miller 512-919-5189 email@example.com Ivonne Santiago 512-919-5480 Ivonne.firstname.lastname@example.org et Monica Gonzalez 512-919-5128 email@example.com. net Allison Hand 512-919-5159 firstname.lastname@example.org Tina Fields 512-919-5162 email@example.com Nancy Sanchez 512-919-5319 firstname.lastname@example.org. net
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