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Title: Common Core State Standards


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Common Core State Standards
Evaluation and Research Testing Office
  • What This Means for Us

Carol L. Jenkins Senior Director for Testing June
24, 2011
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Lets start at the very beginning
  • Once upon a time in 2008.
  • DPI gave birth to a bouncing baby project they
    named
  • ACRE
  • Accountability and Curriculum Reform Effort

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So what is ACRE?
  • North Carolinas comprehensive initiative to
    redefine
  • Standard Course of Study
  • Student Assessment Progress
  • School Accountability Model

4
Courtesy of NCDPI
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Between 2008-2013
  • The ACRE initiative would
  • Identify most critical knowledge and skills
    students need to learn
  • Create new tests for grades 3-8 and High School
    with
  • More open ended questions
  • More technology
  • More real world applications

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Between 2008-2013
  • The ACRE initiative would also
  • Provide a new model for measuring school success
  • Would give parents and educators more relevant
    information about how well schools are preparing
    students for college, work, and adulthood

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Then along came
  • Common Core State Standards

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What is it?
  • A consortia of states working to develop shared
    K-12 standards in Mathematics and English
    Language Arts

9
The Common Core State Standards Initiative
  • Beginning in the spring of 2009, Governors and
    state commissioners of education from 48 states,
    2 territories and the District of Columbia
    committed to developing a common core of state
    K-12 English-language arts (ELA) and mathematics
    standards.
  • The Common Core State Standards Initiative
    (CCSSI) is a state-led effort coordinated by the
    National Governors Association (NGA) and the
    Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO).
    www.corestandards.org
  • Courtesy of SBAC

10
Common Core State Standards
  • K-12 learning progressions developed leading to
    college and career readiness in high school
  • Multiple rounds of feedback from states,
    teachers, researchers, higher education, and the
    general public
  • June 2, 2010 Final Common Core State Standards
    (CCSS) was released
  • Courtesy of SBAC

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Timeline Overview
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Timeline Overview
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What does this mean for NC?
  • All new standards are benchmarked against the
    best in national and international academic
    expectations.

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Whats the impact on ACRE?
  • ACRE assimilates Common Core State Standards into
    its ongoing plan
  • Were already well on the way
  • And now were part of a national consortia to
    benchmark our standards

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The DPI Timeline.
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The DPI Timeline
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Then came Race to the Top
  • The US Department of Educations Race-to-the-Top
    competition awarded extra points to a states
    application if the state provided evidence of
    adopting, or moving toward adoption of a common
    core of standards
  • When adopting the standards, states may not
    remove standards, but may add to them as long as
    the added state-specific standards comprise no
    more than 15 of the total
  • Courtesy of SBAC

18
Timeline Overview
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You now have
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Common Core and the Consortia
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Current status of state adoptions of Common Core
State Standards
  • As of June 22, 2011, 46 states (including DC)
    have adopted the Common Core State Standards
  • The states that have not yet adopted the
    standards
  • Alaska, Nebraska, Texas, and Virginia
  • Courtesy of SBAC

22
46 States Have Adopted the Common Core State
Standards
MT and ND Have Joined
Courtesy of SBAC
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Now what?
  • All in agreement to create nationally benchmarked
    curriculum in Math and ELA
  • But how do you
  • assess them?

24
Race to the Top Competition for Assessment
Development
  • 350 million of RttT funds was set aside for
    awards to consortia of states to design and
    develop common K-12 assessment systems
  • September, 2010 USDoE awarded grants to
  • PARCC Partnership for Assessment of Readiness
    for College and Careers
  • SBAC Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
  • They have 4 years to develop assessments to be
    administered during the 2014-15 school year

Courtesy of SBAC
25
North Carolinas status
  • Also in September, 2010 NC joined SBAC
  • NC is a governing state
  • As a governing state, NC has decision making
    participation
  • Greater leadership obligation
  • Formal voting status
  • http//www.k12.wa.us/SMARTER/default.aspx

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Governing vs. Advisory States
  • You can only be a member of one consortium
  • You have voting rights
  • You have greater decision making ability
  • Greater leadership responsibility
  • 34 states
  • You can be a member of both consortia
  • You have no voting rights
  • Less of a leadership role
  • 8 states
  • Governing Status
  • Advisory Status

27
30 SBAC States as of June 7,2011
Courtesy of SBAC
28
24 PARCC States as of June 14, 2011
CA No Longer Part of PARCC
Governing State
Advisory State
Courtesy of PARCC
29
Comparison of Both Consortia
  • Paper/pencil option for grades 3-5
  • 6-12 will be on-line (but not computer adaptive)
  • Will have writing test as part of assessment
  • No paper/pencil option, but will have p/p for 3
    years to allow for transition, infrastructure,
    and student familiarity with computers
  • No writing test
  • Will be computer adaptive
  • PARCC
  • SBAC

30
Comparison of Both Consortia
  • Through course design
  • By 12 weeks should know material and will be
    tested on it
  • Grade stays with student
  • Quarterly assessments add up to summative score
  • Issue What happens with remediation?
  • No expectation by a certain point
  • Whenever want to assess student will be able to
    measure the material the student knows
  • Interim assessments are for informational
    purposes
  • Are non-secure open to teachers
  • Summative at the end of the year (last 12 weeks)
  • PARCC
  • SBAC

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Courtesy of SBAC
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Courtesy of NCDPI
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DPIs Computer Adaptive Testing Timeline
2012/2013
  • All EOCs available online
  • Following assessments specifically developed for
    online environment
  • EOG Science Grades 5 and 8
  • NCExtend 2 Science Grades 5 and 8
  • NCExtend2 Math and ELA Grades 3-8
  • EOC English II, Algebra I, and Biology
  • NCExtend2 English II, Algebra I, and Biology

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DPIs Computer Adaptive Testing Timeline 2014/2015
  • All EOCs and EOGs will be developed specifically
    for online environment
  • Limited use of alternate paper/pencil version
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