What is the passing score for Iread?
446 or greater
Sample Items, Scoring, and Reporting IREAD-3 requires a passing score of 446 or greater. IREAD-3 Performance Level Descriptors (PLDs) define what students know and can do at each proficiency level.
What happens if you fail Ilearn?
Many educators were already frustrated by the ILEARN exams. Students don’t face consequences if they don’t pass. But the test results are supposed to be a large chunk of the formula used to judge the quality of elementary and middle schools on the state’s A-F grading system.
What standardized test does Indiana use?
Indiana will use the SAT® (provided by College Board) to fulfill requirements listed in Indiana Code 20-32-5.1-7(d) for high school accountability. Students may also use scores to fulfill some high school graduation requirements. SAT assesses high school Mathematics, Reading, and Writing standards in grade 11.
What is a good cause exemption Indiana?
Good Cause Exemptions A Good Cause Exemption serves to exempt an eligible student from additional IREAD-3 testing. English learners, students with disabilities, and students who have already been retained twice are eligible for a Good Cause Exemption.
How is Ilearn scored?
Overall student results in ILEARN are reported as four-digit scale scores. The overall scale scores for Indiana students align with the four proficiency levels (Below Proficiency, Approaching Proficiency, At Proficiency, and Above Proficiency).
What is the point of Ilearn?
ILEARN measures student achievement and growth according to Indiana Academic Standards for English/Language Arts (grades 3 through 8), Mathematics (grades 3 through 8), Science (grades 4 and 6), and Social Studies (grade 5).
Is the PSAT required to graduate high school in Indiana?
No specific score on the SAT is required to graduate high school with an Indiana diploma unless the student elects to pursue the SAT for graduation pathways. IDOE Graduation Requirements are available here.
Do school board members get paid in Indiana?
(d) Board members are entitled to receive compensation not to exceed the amount allowed under IC 20-26-4-7 and a per diem not to exceed the rate approved for members of the city-county council established under IC 36-3-4 for attendance at each regular and committee meeting as determined by the board.
How are board members determined in Indiana?
Each member serves from one (1) electoral district, must be a resident of the district, and must be voted upon by the registered voters residing within the electoral district and voting at any school board member election.
What is the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) doing to iLearn?
Per the recommendations of the 2016 ISTEP+ Panel, the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) is leveraging quality content from third-party item banks for use on ILEARN assessments. These item banks are accompanied by item specifications which will be utilized where alignment was confirmed by Indiana educators.
What grades are included in the I am assessment?
It assesses English/Language Arts (Grades 3-8 and 10), Mathematics (Grades 3-8 and 10), Science (Grades 4, 6, and Biology), and Social Studies (Grade 5). A Case Conference Committee may determine that I AM is the most appropriate assessment utilizing the criteria for determining eligibility to participate.
What kind of licensing do special education educators have in Indiana?
Educators Current: Educator Licensing Looking to earn your full licensure in special education? Indiana Special Education Assisted Licensure (I-SEAL) provides Indiana’s current and future special education educators with access to convenient, accelerated options and key financial support.
What is Indiana alternate measure (I am)?
Indiana’s Alternate Measure (I AM) measures student achievement and growth according to Indiana’s Content Connectors aligned to the Indiana Academic Standards. I AM is the summative accountability assessment for students with significant cognitive disabilities in grades 3-8 and high school.