|Other titles||Implications for use of the ACT within the Colorado student assessment program, Colorado student assessment program|
|Statement||Damian Betebenner and Ken Howe.|
|Contributions||Howe, Kenneth R., Colorado State University. School of Education.|
|LC Classifications||LB3052.C6 B48 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2003431447|
Implications for use of the ACT within the Colorado Student Assessment Program. Implications for Use of the ACT within the Colorado Student Assessment Program. Betebenner, Damian; Howe, Ken This study was commissioned to investigate issues related to the inclusion of the American College Testing Program (ACT) assessment within the Colorado State Assessment Program (CSAP).Cited by: 1. Request PDF | Implications for Use of the ACT within the Colorado Student Assessment Program | This study was commissioned to investigate issues related to the inclusion of the American College. States Can Permit LEAs to Use a National HS Assessment in Lieu of the State Assessment If the state allows, local education agencies (LEAs) may be given the ability to use a nationally recognized high school assessment (e.g., ACT and SAT) in lieu of a state‐developed assessment.
The Colorado Student Assessment Program was an assessment required by the No Child Left Behind Act administered by the Unit of Student Assessment in the Colorado Department of Education. The CSAP was designed to measure how well students are learning material from the Colorado Model Content Standards, the established content standards that all Colorado public school students should learn. The CSAP only tested four of the thirteen subject areas in the Colorado Model Content Standards. The READ Act requires use of an interim assessment to determine whether a student has a significant reading deficiency in grades K through 3. Every spring, districts report assessment results to CDE. In spring , a total of , reading assessments were reported to CDE of kindergarten through third-grade students. According to C.R.S. , schools are held accountable for the scores of all their students with three exceptions: (1) students transferring into the school after October 1, (2) students whose dominant language is not English for the first three years enrolled in Colorado public schools, (3) for any students taking the Colorado Student Assessment Program Alternate (CSAPA) instead of the CSAP. Law Student Practice. A student of any law school that maintains a legal aid clinic may be authorized to advise clients on legal matters and appear in any court or before administrative tribunals or arbitration panels in Colorado if certain conditions are met. C.R.C.P. Law Student Practice ; .
About the Colorado READ Act. The Colorado Reading to Ensure Academic Development Act (Colorado READ Act) was passed by the Colorado legislature in , giving the state the guiding philosophy, structure and resources to get children reading at grade level by the time they enter the fourth grade. The Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP), pronounced “see-sap,” is a test given annually to all students in grades 3 through 10 that measures student achievement based on the state’s content standards for each grade level. Act that measure student performance on a variety of indicators. CTSO Career and Technical Student Organization – A student organization aligned to a CTE program for the purpose of providing application of instruction and personal development. Colorado supports the following CTSOs: DECA, FBLA/PBL, FCCLA, FFA, HOSA, SkillsUSA, TSA, and (SC)2. measures educational achievement. The knowledge and skills tested on the ACT are closely aligned with Colorado's challenging state learning standards. The ACT also was chosen because the state wanted to motivate students to do their very best on the 11th-grade test. Scores on the ACT have an impact .