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“Today the School,

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Assessment Calendar, School Year 2017 – 2018 Assessment Grade Level(s) Purpose Testing Window ANet ELA Reading Inventory (RI) 9 & 10 Computer‐based assessment that measures students' progress in ELA towards meeting Common Core State Standards Computer‐adaptive reading & phonics assessments that measure students' reading levels and help teachers adjust instruction according to students' needs and track students' progress. 16 Window 1: 10/10/17‐10/31/17 Window 2: 1/3/18‐1/26/18 Window 3: 3/5/18‐3/23/18 Schoolwide BOY: 8/21/17‐10/6/17 Schoolwide MOY: 1/3/18‐2/2/18 (optional) Schoolwide EOY: 5/1/18‐6/8/18 Phonics Inventory (PI) Window 1: 8/21/17‐9/29/17 Window 2: 2/5/18‐2/23/18 Window 3: 5/21/18‐6/1/18 MAP Math Diagnostic Assessment SAGE Social Studies Eureka End-of-Module Assessment PARCC Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II Students 9 9 – 12 Students enrolled in Algebra I, Geometry, English I, And English II NAEP 12 MSAA DC Next Gen Science 11 & C3 Students enrolled in HS Biology ACCESS for ELLS 9 – 12 STAMP English Level Proficiency Screening Advanced Placement (AP) Exams Level II Students 9 – 12 9 – 12 SAT 11 – 12 Computer‐based adaptive assessment that measures students' understanding of algebra and geometry concepts and tracks student progress. Computer‐based assessment that measures student growth toward Common Core State Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies. Measures students' progress towards meeting selected Common Core State Standards in Mathematics, aligned to the Eureka scope & sequence. Computer‐based assessment that measures students' progress toward meeting the ELA & Math Common Core State Standards. Used to assess progress in math and reading and develop ways to improve education in the United States. only one high school was selected to participate in the 2018 NAEP administration Computer‐based assessment that measures students' progress toward meeting alternate achievement standards. Computer‐based assessment that measures students' progress toward the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Measures English language learners progress toward meeting the academic English language proficiency (ELP) standards. Web‐based and computer adaptive assessment of student proficiency in world languages. Assess students for English Level Proficiency (ELP) at LAD and ensures that eligible students in grades Pk3‐12 are immediately able to access ESL/bilingual services. Measures learning in AP courses and with a qualifying score, students are eligible to receive college credit. Measures skills required for college applications. BOY: 8/21/17‐9/21/17 MOY: 1/3/18‐2/2/18 (optional) EOY: 5/7/18‐6/8/18 Pre‐test: 8/21/17‐9/21/17 Post‐test: TBD Testing windows are based on course enrollment. Please refer to the Math Assessments page on Canvas for specific testing dates for each course. April 2018 thru May 2018 (Tentative) 01/29/18 – 03/09/18 TBD TBD February 2018 – April 2018 (Tentative) 3/19/18‐ 6/22/18 Year-round (as needed) 05/07/18 – 05/18/18 TBD

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Graduation Requirements Subject Credits Required Notes English 4.0 Must include English I, II, III, IV (or their equivalents) Mathematics 4.0 Must include Algebra 1 (must enroll in Algebra 1 in or before 9th grade), Geometry, and Algebra 2 at a minimum Science 4.0 Must include three lab sciences Social Studies 4.0 Must include World History 1 and 2, U.S. History, U.S. Government, and D.C. History World Languages 2.0 Must include 2 credits of the same world language Art 0.5 Music 0.5 Career and Technical Education and/or College-level Courses 2.0 The Career and Technical Education (CTE) and collegelevel course requirement shall be met by identified AP, IB, HiSCIP, and CTE courses as well as courses taken at accredited colleges. Physical Education/ Health 1.5 Electives 1.5 Total 24 Credits* Students must also earn 100 hours of volunteer community service to graduate. All community service hours must be verified by a nonprofit organization with a valid 501(c)3. *Please note that 24 credits are the minimum number of credits required by DC Public Schools for a student to graduate. 17

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