With the implementation of the College and Career Ready Standards (CCRS) in literacy and mathematics, DoDEA has adopted new CCRS-aligned summative assessments to measure student mastery of content standards taught for the grade level and/or course. The first administration of these CCRS-aligned measures, which will be called CCRS summative assessments, will occur during the Spring 2019 administration window (April 8- May 10, 2019). Please contact the principal or school test coordinator for more information on the specific schedule of administration at your child’s school.
For school year 2018-2019, DoDEA students will take the CCRS summative assessments in grades 3-6 for mathematics, grades 6-8 and 10 for literacy, and in Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II courses. DoDEA students who are enrolled in advanced or accelerated courses will participate in the summative assessment for which the student has completed the course content.
Student results from the CCRS summative assessments will be reported on an Individual Student Report (ISR). The ISR describes an individual student’s performance in terms of overall results, performance level, and the CCRS. Results are reported according to five performance levels that delineate the knowledge, skills, and practices typical students are able to demonstrate based on their grade level or course standards. The performance levels are Level 5 (Exceeded expectations), Level 4 (Met expectations), Level 3 (Approached expectations), Level 2 (Partially met expectations), and Level 1 (Did not yet meet expectations).
Reporting categories, number of units for each test, and items/points for general item types
|ELA/Literacy 6-11 Test Blueprint||Mathematics 3-8, Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II Test Blueprint|
|Evidence Tables, Scoring Rubrics, and Informational Guides
Level of cognitive demand for specific standards, scoring guide for written responses, and evidence statements for student performance
|Performance Level Descriptors
Five performance levels that delineate the knowledge, skills, and practices typical students are able to demonstrate based on his/her grade level or course standards.
|ELA Performance Level Descriptors||Mathematics Performance Level Descriptors|
Practice tests are available for students and teachers to become familiar with the kinds of items and format used for the tests. Accommodated versions of the practice tests are also available. All of the computer-based practice tests have scoring capability built into the tool. The link to the practice site is https://dodea.mypearsonsupport.com/practice-tests/.
CCRS Summative Assessment FAQs lists commonly asked questions and responses related to the implementation of the CCRS summative assessments. Click here to access the FAQs.
Please contact your child’s teacher or school administrator with any questions regarding CCRS summative assessments.