Proposed Transition of the Nevada End of Course Examination ...
Proposed Transition of the Nevada End of Course Examination (EOC) High Stakes Graduation Requirement to Medium Stakes Statewide Final Examination History of the Nevada End of Course Examination End of Course exams were first offered in 2015 Course for which EOCs are offered: English grade 10 ELA EOC Algebra - Math 1 EOC Geometry - Math 2 EOC Algebra - Integrated Math 1 EOC Geometry - Integrated Math 2 EOC EOCs and AB 7 Sec. 41.3. 1. The State Board shall adopt regulations that prescribe the: (a) Courses of study for which an end-of-course final must be administered; and (b) Amount, expressed as a percentage of the pupils overall grade in the course of study or other weight, that the end-ofcourse final must comprise when determining the overall grade of a pupil in the course for which the
end-of-course final is administered. EOCs and AB 7 SEC. 41.3 Sec. 41.3. 2. The State Board may adopt regulations that prescribe the minimum score a pupil must attain on an end-of-course final to receive credit for the course of study for which the end-of-course examination is administered. High School Science in the Proposed Transition of the Nevada End of Course Examination Science will not become a district administered end of course examination. Participation Only scores reported in NSPF Science will remain the federally reported Nevada High School Science exam ACT will provide federally reported English Language Arts and Math scores. Cut Scores Setting and Approval Process Standard setting held July 26 July 28 Academic Standards Council Sept. 20 Nevada State Board of Education Oct. 12
Status Update on Proposed Transition of the Nevada End of Course Examination Stakeholder Engagements: August 10, 2017 - Stakeholder engagement with District Superintendents August 18, 2017 - Stakeholder engagement with District Test Directors August 21, 2017 - Regulation Workshop Information on Proposed Transition of the Nevada End of Course Examination Percentage of a students grade (shall) the percent of final course grade Minimum Score (may) lowest score a student must obtain to pass the course Format of Administration paper and pencil versus online administration Scoring district versus vendor scored Scenarios Impact of EOC results on Final Course Grade
Paris received 85% in the class and 100% on the End of Course. Here are her final grades: Course / 90% / 10% 85% / 15% 80% / 20% 75% / 25% 70% / 30% EOC Final Grade 86.5% 87.25% 88% 88.75% 89.5% Juan received 80% in the class and 65% on the End of Course: Here are his final grades: Course / 90% / 10% 85% / 15% 80% / 20% 75% / 25% 70% / 30% EOC Final Grade 78.5% 77.75%
77% 76.25% 75.5% Steve received 100% in the course and 55% on the End of Course. Here are his final grades: Course / 90% / 10% 85% / 15% 80% / 20% 75% /25% 70% / 30% EOC Final Grade 95.5% 93.25% 91% 88.75% 86.5% National Practices - End of Course Examinations State Florida
Content Biology, Civics, U.S. History, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry Notes Students must pass only Algebra I with a minimum score of level 3 out of 5. Percent of Grade 30% of Grade Georgia Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, English Language Arts Students take exam as the final exam for a course. 15-20% of course grade Indiana Algebra 1, English 10 Pass Pass+ Minimum Maximum
Does not count toward grade Louisiana English II, English III, Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, U.S. History Student must pass EOC tests a graduation requirement. Does not count toward grade Kentucky English II, Algebra II, Biology, U.S. History Scale score to letter conversion. 20% or less of Course Grade Massachusetts English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Tech/Engineering, History and Social Science
No EOC exams, but students must pass the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System to graduate. N/A Mississippi English I, Algebra II Students must pass EOCs or substitute ACT scores, dual enrollments courses or other allowable exams. Pass/Fail is decided using a combination of course grade and test score. Missouri Alg I, ELA 2, Biology, Government No requirement to pass EOC. Does not count toward grade Nevada
ELA, Math I, Math II and Science Students must pass EOC tests as a graduation requirement. Does not count toward grade North Carolina Math I, Biology, English II No requirement to pass EOC. Does not count toward grade Ohio Algebra I, Biology, American history/government, English I and English II Students must meet minimum scores on EOC, SAT or Does not count toward grade ACT. South Carolina
English 1, Algebra 1, Biology No requirement to pass EOC. Tennessee English I/II/III, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II or Integrated No requirement to pass EOC. math I/II/III, US History, Chemistry, Biology Does not count toward grade Texas English I, English II, Algebra I, Biology, US History Students must pass EOC tests or alternative assessments a graduation requirement. Does not count toward grade Virginia Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, EOC Reading, EOC Writing, World History & Geography to 1500, World History & Geography to 1500Present, World Geography, and Virginia & U.S. History
Students must pass EOC or other state-board approved tests a graduation requirement. Students must pass assessments to receive course credit. 20% of Course Grade Requested Action on Proposed Transition of the Nevada End of Course Examination Percentage of a students grade 20% of final grade Minimum Score the SBE should reconsider setting a minimum score next year after there is a years worth of data to review Requested Action on Proposed Transition of the Nevada End of Course Examination PAGE 2
EOCs and Aligned Courses EOC Math 1 - Algebra 1 or an equivalent course that has been state approved EOC Math II - Geometry or an equivalent course that has been state approved EOC Integrated Math I - Integrated Math I or an equivalent course that has been state approved EOC Integrated Math II - Integrated Math II or an equivalent course that has been state approved EOC ELA - English 10 or an equivalent course that has been state approved Proposed Transition of the Nevada End of Course Examination Thank You
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