Exit Exams: Sources


Exit Exams: Sources



Sources
Alabama Students must pass & Subjects tested: ALA. ADMIN. CODE r. 290-4-2-.02(1)(d); Great Expectations: A Guide to Alabama's High School Graduation Exam, October 2003 (see pgs. 7 & 11-13)
Type of tests: ALA. ADMIN. CODE r. 290-4-2-.02(1)(d)
Purposes: Alabama Consolidated State Application Accountability Workbook
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 104)
Remediation: ALA. CODE § 16-6B-1(b)(2); Great Expectations: A Guide to Alabama's High School Graduation Exam, October 2003 (see pgs. 6-8); Alabama Department of Education Classroom Improvement FAQs page (High Hopes program)
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 52)
Student transcripts: Dottie DeMars, Assessment Specialist, Alabama Department of Education’s Student Assessment Program
Appeals process: Great Expectations: A Guide to Alabama's High School Graduation Exam, October 2003 (see pg. 8); Dottie DeMars, Assessment Specialist, Alabama Department of Education’s Student Assessment Program
Alaska Students must pass: ALASKA STAT. § 14.03.075(a), ALASKA ADMIN. CODE tit. 4, § 06.755
Subjects tested: ALASKA STAT. § 14.03.075(a)
Type of tests: ALASKA ADMIN. CODE tit. 4, § 06.755(a)
Purposes: Alaska Consolidated State Application Accountability Workbook; Guide to Test Interpretation for the Grade 10 Standards Based Assessments For Parents and Students Spring 2006; Cathy Anderegg, Assessment Administrator, Alaska Department of Education and Early Development
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 108)
Remediation: ALASKA ADMIN. CODE tit. 4, § 06.771; Guidance for graduation exam retakes after high school
Student transcripts: ALASKA ADMIN. CODE tit. 4, § 06.758(d)
Appeals process: ALASKA STAT. § 14.03.075(a),(d); ALASKA ADMIN. CODE tit. 4, § 06.780; Application guidelines for High School Graduation Qualifying Exam waivers and appeals; Application for an appeal to a waiver denial from passing the High School Graduation Qualifying Exam
Arizona Students must pass: ARIZ. REV. STAT. §§ 15-701.01(A)(3), 15-741(2); ARIZ. ADMIN. CODE R7-2-302
Subjects tested: ARIZ. REV. STAT. § 15-701.01(A)(3); ARIZ. ADMIN. CODE R7-2-302; Arizona Department of Education five year testing calendar
Type of tests: ARIZ. ADMIN. CODE R7-2-302
Purposes: ARIZ. REV. STAT. §§ 15-701.01(A)(3), 15-1626.13; ARIZ. ADMIN. CODE R7-2-302; Consolidated State Application Accountability Workbook; Arizona Department of Education High Honors Tuition Waiver Scholarship FAQs
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 111)
Remediation: ARIZ. REV. STAT. § 15-701.02; Arizona high school graduation exam student guide (see pg. 4, "When will I take AIMS HS?"); Arizona Department of Education graduation exam tutoring FAQs
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 61)
Student transcripts: ARIZ. REV. STAT. § 15-743
Appeals process: ARIZ. REV. STAT. §§ 15-701.01(A)(3), 15-701.02; ARIZ. ADMIN. CODE R7-2-302.06; Arizona high school graduation exam reciprocity guidelines
Arkansas Students must pass: ARK. CODE ANN. § 6-15-2009(e)(2)(B)
Subjects tested: ARK. CODE ANN. § 6-15-433(b)(3)(iv)
Type of tests: ARK. CODE ANN. § 6-15-2009(a)(3)
Purposes: ARK. CODE ANN. §§ 6-15-406(2), 6-15-2009(e)(1)
Level assessed: ARK. CODE ANN. § 6-15-2009(a)(3)
Remediation: ARK. CODE ANN. §§ 6-15-2009(d)(1)(B), 6-15-2010(a)(3)
Student transcripts: ARK. REG. 005-19-006-7.04
Appeals process: ARK. CODE ANN. § 6-15-2010(a)(2)(A)
California Students must pass: CAL. EDUC. CODE § 60851(a)
Subjects tested: CAL. EDUC. CODE § 60850(a)
Type of tests: CAL. EDUC. CODE § 60850(a)
Purposes: CAL. EDUC. CODE § 60851(a); California Consolidated State Application Accountability Workbook
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 115)
Remediation: CAL. EDUC. CODE §§ 37254, 60851(b),(f), 60853; CAL. CODE REGS. tit. 5, § 1204.5; California Department of Education adult education and graduation exam questions and answers; California High School Exit Exam Intensive Instruction & Services page
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 68)
Student transcripts: CAL. CODE REGS. tit. 5, § 1206
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida Students must pass: FLA. STAT. ch. 1008.22(3)(c)(5)
Subjects tested: FLA. STAT. ch. 1008.22(3)(c); FLA. ADMIN. CODE ANN. r. 6A-1.09422(2)(a)
Type of tests: FLA. STAT. ch. 1008.22(3)(c)
Purposes: FLA. ADMIN. CODE ANN. r. 6A-1.09981(1)
Level assessed: Achieve, Inc.: Do Graduation Tests Measure Up?: A Closer Look at State High School Exit Exams (see pg. 15); 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 119)
Remediation: FLA. STAT. ch 1008.25(4), Florida Department of Education, FCAT Graduation Requirement web brochure
Student transcripts: Florida Automated System for the Transfer of Educational Records user manual
Appeals process: FLA. STAT. ch. 1008.22(9)
Georgia Students must pass: GA. COMP. R. & REGS. r. 160-3-1-.07(J),(k)
Subjects tested: GA. COMP. R. & REGS. r. 160-3-1-.07(j),(k)
Type of tests:
GA. COMP. R. & REGS. r. 160-3-1-.07(j)
Purposes: GA. CODE ANN. § 20-14-30; GA. COMP. R. & REGS. r. 160-7-1-.03(3)(a)
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 123)
Remediation: GA. COMP. R. & REGS. r. 160-7-1-.02(12), 160-4-2-.37
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 79)
Student transcripts: GA. CODE ANN. § 20-2-157(b)(1)
Appeals process: GA. COMP. R. & REGS. r. 160-1-3-.09
Hawaii
Idaho Students must pass: IDAPA 08.02.03.105(03), 08.02.03.107(06)
Subjects tested: Idaho Board of Education, ISAT webpage
Type of tests: IDAPA 08.02.03.111(06)
Purposes: IDAPA 08.02.03.112
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 127)
Remediation: IDAPA 08.02.03.105(03)(a),(b)
Appeals process: IDAPA 08.02.03.105(03)(a),(b), 08.02.03.107(06)(c)(i),(ii)
Illinois
Indiana Students must pass: IND. CODE § 20-32-4-1(b)(1); Trish Wlodarczyk, Core 40 End-of-Course Assessment Coordinator, Indiana Department of Education
Subjects tested: IND. ADMIN. CODE tit. 511, r. 5-2-1(1),(2)
Purposes: IND. CODE § 20-31-8-1(a)
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 131)
Remediation: IND. CODE §§ 20-32-4-4(2), 20-32-5-10(2)(B), 20-32-4-2
Pass rates: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 134)
Student transcripts: IND. CODE § 20-33-2-13(a)(2)
Appeals process: IND. CODE § 20-32-4-4
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana Students must pass: LA. ADMIN. CODE tit. 28:LXXIX, § 2511(B)(1)
Subjects tested: LA. ADMIN. CODE tit. 28:LXXIX, § 2511(B)(1)
Type of tests: LA. ADMIN. CODE tit. 28:CXI, § 107(C)
Purposes: LA. ADMIN. CODE tit. 28:CXV, § 2319(1)(b)
Remediation: LA. REV. STAT. ANN. §§ 17:395, 17:398; LA. ADMIN. CODE tit. 28:XXXIX, § 909(E), 28:CXI, § 1351(A)-(J)
Pass rates: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 138)
Maine
Maryland Students must pass: MD. REGS. CODE tit. 13A, § 03.02.09(B)(3)(a)
Subjects tested: MD. REGS. CODE tit. 13A, § 03.02.09(B)(3)(a)
Type of tests: MD. REGS. CODE tit. 13A, § 03.02.07(A)
Purposes: MD. REGS. CODE tit. 13A, §§ 01.04.05(C)(1)(a),(b), 01.04.07(D)(1)
Level assessed: Achieve, Inc.: Do Graduation Tests Measure Up?: A Closer Look at State High School Exit Exams (see pg. 15); MD. REGS. CODE tit. 13A, § 03.02.07(A)
Remediation: MD. REGS. CODE tit. 13A, § 03.02.07(D)(1),(2)
Student transcripts: Heather Bradbury, Maryland Department of Education
Appeals process: MD. REGS. CODE tit. 13A, §§ 03.02.12(B)(2)(a), 03.02.09(B)(3)(c)
Massachusetts Students must pass: MASS. REGS. CODE tit. 603, §§ 30.02, 30.03(1)-(4)
Subjects tested: MASS. REGS. CODE tit. 603, § 30.03(1)-(4)
Type of tests: MASS. ANN. LAWS ch. 69, § 1D(i)
Purposes: MASS. ANN. LAWS ch. 69, § 1I; MASS. REGS. CODE tit. 603, §§ 2.03, 31.04, 31.06
Level assessed: Achieve, Inc.: Do Graduation Tests Measure Up?: A Closer Look at State High School Exit Exams (see pg. 15); 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 143)
Remediation: Mass. Department of Education MCAS Participation Guidelines
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 102)
Student transcripts: MASS. REGS. CODE tit. 603, § 23.02(c)
Appeals process: MASS. REGS. CODE tit. 603, § 30.05(3),(5)
Michigan
Minnesota Students must pass: MINN. STAT. § 120B.30(1)(a); MINN. R. 3501.0040, 3501.0230
Subjects tested: MINN. STAT. § 120B.30(1)(a); MINN. R. 3501.0040, 3501.0230
Type of tests: MINN. STAT. § 120B.30(1)(a)
Purposes: MINN. STAT. § 120B.35(3)
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 149)
Remediation: MINN. R. 3501.0110, 3501.0140(2)(B)
Student transcripts: MINN. STAT. § 120B.30(1a)(e)
Appeals process: MINN. R. 3501.0050(3), 3501.0120(3)(B)(1)
Mississippi Students must pass: MISS. CODE ANN. § 37-16-7; CMSR 36-000-101(1)(2)(2), 36-000-102(3.1)
Subjects tested: CMSR 36-000-101(1)(2)(2)
Type of tests: CMSR 36-000-001
Purposes: MISS. CODE ANN. §§ 37-16-5, 37-18-1(1)(a)
Level assessed: CMSR 36-000-001
Remediation: MISS. CODE ANN. § 37-16-15; Miss. Department of Education Graduation Requirements-Policies for Subject Area Testing (State board policy IHF-2)
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 111)
Appeals process: Miss. Department of Education: Subject Area Testing Program Appeals Process (State board policy IHF-3), Graduation Requirements-Policies for Subject Area Testing (State board policy IHF-2)
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada Students must pass: NEV. REV. STAT. ANN. 389.0173(1)(a)
Subjects tested: NEV. REV. STAT. ANN. 389.015(6), 389.550(2)
Type of tests: NEV. REV. STAT. ANN. 389.015(2)
Purposes: NEV. REV. STAT. ANN. 385.3469(1)(bb), 385.361(1)(c)
Remediation: NEV. ADMIN. CODE ch. 389, §§ 051, 057, 660, 661
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 116)
Student transcripts: Melissa Swann, Nev. Department of Education
Appeals process: NEV. ADMIN. CODE ch. 389, § 019
New Hampshire
New Jersey Students must pass: N.J. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6A, §§ 8-1.3, 8-5.2(d)(1)
Subjects tested: N.J. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6A, § 8-4.1(c)(3)
Type of tests: N.J. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6A, § 8-1.3
Purposes: N.J. STAT. ANN. § 18A:7F-29(b); N.J. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6A, § 8-4.4
Level assessed: Achieve, Inc.: Do Graduation Tests Measure Up?: A Closer Look at State High School Exit Exams (see pg. 15); 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 162)
Remediation: N.J. STAT. ANN. §§ 18A:7C-4, 18A:7C-6.2; N.J. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6A, § 8-5.1(f)
Student transcripts: N.J. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6A, § 8-4.2(d)(1)
Appeals process: N.J. STAT. ANN. § 18A:7C-3; N.J. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6A, § 8-4.1(c)
New Mexico Students must pass: N.M. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6, § 30.2.10(J)(1)
Subjects tested: N.M. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6, § 30.2.10(J)(1)
Type of tests: N.M. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6, § 30.2.10(J)(1)
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 166)
Remediation: N.M. STAT. ANN. § 22-13-1.1(I); Margret Delgado, Assessment and Evaluation, NM Public Education Department
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 124)
Student transcripts: N.M. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6, § 30.2.10(D)(5)
Appeals process: N.M. STAT. ANN. § 22-13-1.1(I); N.M. ADMIN. CODE tit. 6, § 30.2.10(K)(1)(c)
New York Students must pass: N.Y. COMP. CODES R. & REGS. tit. 8, § 100.5(a)(5)
Subjects tested: N.Y. COMP. CODES R. & REGS. tit. 8, § 3.47(a)(2)(ii)(f)
Type of tests: N.Y. COMP. CODES R. & REGS. tit. 8, § 100.1(f)
Purposes: N.Y. EDUC. LAW § 605-a(1); N.Y. COMP. CODES R. & REGS. tit. 8, §§ 100.1(b), 100.2(p)(1)(v), 100.5(b)(7)
Level assessed: N.Y. COMP. CODES R. & REGS. tit. 8, § 100.1(f)
Remediation: N.Y. EDUC. LAW § 3602(12)(g)(2)(A)(ii); N.Y. COMP. CODES R. & REGS. tit. 8, 100.5(d)(7)(i); Anita Behn, NY State Education Department
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 129)
Student transcripts: N.Y. COMP. CODES R. & REGS. tit. 8, § 100.5(a)(5)(a)(4)
Appeals process: N.Y. COMP. CODES R. & REGS. tit. 8, §§ 100.2(f), 100.5(d)(7)(i)
North Carolina Students must pass: N.C. ADMIN. CODE tit. 16, §§ 6D.0503(a),(e)(2)
Subjects tested: N.C. ADMIN. CODE tit. 16, §§ 6D.0301(b), 6D.0503(e)(2)
Type of tests: N.C. ADMIN. CODE tit. 16, §§ 6D.0503(a),(e)(2)
Purposes: N.C. ADMIN. CODE tit. 16, §§ 6D.0305(c), 6G.0305(10)
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 174); N.C. ADMIN. CODE tit. 16, §§ 6D.0503(a),(e)(2)
Remediation: N.C. GEN. STAT. § 115C-174.11(b)(2); N.C. ADMIN. CODE tit. 16, §§ 6D.0302(i), 7.0202(b)
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 135)
Student transcripts: N.C. ADMIN. CODE tit. 16, §§ 6D.0101(11)(b), 6D.0305(a)
Appeals process: N.C. GEN. STAT. § 115C-174.11(b)(3)(b); N.C. ADMIN. CODE tit. 16, § 6D.0503(b)
North Dakota
Ohio Students must pass: OHIO REV. CODE ANN. §§ 3301.0710(B), 3313.614(B)(3)
Subjects tested: OHIO REV. CODE ANN. § 3301.0710(B)
Type of tests: OHIO REV. CODE ANN. §§ 3301.0710(B)
Purposes: OHIO REV. CODE ANN. § 3302.02
Level assessed: Achieve, Inc.: Do Graduation Tests Measure Up?: A Closer Look at State High School Exit Exams (see pg. 15); 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 180)
Remediation: OHIO REV. CODE ANN. §§ 3301.0711(B)(8)(b),(D); Ohio Department of Education: A Guide to the New Ohio Graduation Tests for Students and Families (see pg. 16)
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 141)
Appeals process: OHIO REV. CODE ANN. §§ 3301.0710(B), 3313.615(A)
Oklahoma Students must pass: OKLA. STAT. tit. 70, §§ 1210.508(A)(6), 1210.523(A)
Subjects tested: OKLA. STAT. tit. 70, § 1210.508(A)(6)
Type of tests: OKLA. STAT. tit. 70, § 1210.508(A)(6)
Purposes: OKLA. STAT. tit. 70, §§ 3-150, 11-103.6d(A)(4); OKLA. ADMIN. CODE § 210:10-13-20(2)(A)(ii)
Level assessed: OKLA. STAT. tit. 70, § 1210.508(A)(6)
Remediation: OKLA. STAT. tit. 70, §§ 1210.508(A)(6), 1210.523(C)
Student transcripts: OKLA. STAT. tit. 70, § 1210.508(A)(6)
Appeals process: OKLA. STAT. tit. 70, § 1210.523(D)
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina Students must pass: S.C. CODE ANN. § 59-18-310(B); 43 S.C. CODE ANN. REGS. 234(III)(A)(6), 262(II)(B)
Subjects tested: S.C. CODE ANN. § 59-18-310(B)
Type of tests: S.C. CODE ANN. § 59-18-310(B)
Purposes: 43 S.C. CODE ANN. 262(A); 43 S.C. CODE ANN. REGS. 262.4(II)(C)
Level assessed: S.C. CODE ANN. § 59-18-310(B)
Remediation: 43 S.C. CODE ANN. REGS. 262(II)(F)(2),(II)(H)(5); SC Department of Education 2007 Spring HSAP Test Administration Manual (see pg. 8-9)
Appeals process: 43 S.C. CODE ANN. REGS. 262(II)(H)(6)(a)
South Dakota
Tennessee Students must pass: TENN. CODE ANN. § 49-6-6001(a)(1)
Subjects tested: TENN. COMP. R. & REGS. 0520-1-3-.06(d)(2)
Type of tests: TENN. CODE ANN. § 49-6-6001(a)(1)
Purposes: TENN. CODE ANN. § 49-1-601(c); Tennessee State Board of Education High School Examinations Policy (see "elements of the program (5)")
Level assessed: TENN. CODE ANN. § 49-6-6001(a)(1)
Remediation: TENN. COMP. R. & REGS. 0520-1-3-.06(d)(2); Tenn. Department of Education TCAP Testing Schedule
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 153)
Appeals process: TENN. CODE ANN. § 49-6-6001(a)(1); TENN. COMP. R. & REGS. 0520-1-3-.06(1)(a)(2)
Texas Students must pass: TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 39.025(a); 19 TEX. ADMIN. CODE § 101.4001(a)
Subjects tested: TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 39.023(c)
Type of tests: TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 39.025
Level assessed: Achieve, Inc.: Do Graduation Tests Measure Up?: A Closer Look at State High School Exit Exams (see pg. 15)
Remediation: 19 TEX. ADMIN. CODE § 101.11; Julie Brelsford, Student Assessment Division, Texas Education Agency
Pass rates: 2007 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: Working to Raise Test Scores (see pg. 158)
Student transcripts: TEX. EDUC. CODE ANN. § 7.010(c)(3)
Appeals process: 19 TEX. ADMIN. CODE § 101.4001(b)
Utah
Vermont

Virginia Students must pass: 8 VA. ADMIN. CODE § 20-131-110(B)
Subjects tested: 8 VA. ADMIN. CODE § 20-131-50(B)
Type of tests: 8 VA. ADMIN. CODE § 20-131-110(B)
Purposes: 8 VA. ADMIN. CODE §§ 20-131-30(E), 20-131-50(B),(C),(D), 20-131-280(B)(1)
Level assessed: 8 VA. ADMIN. CODE § 20-131-110(B)
Remediation: VA. CODE ANN. § 22.1-253.13:1(C); Lolita Hall, Assessment and Reporting, Virginia Department of Education
Student transcripts: 8 VA. ADMIN. CODE § 20-160-30(21)
Appeals process: VA. CODE ANN. § 22.1-253.13:4(D)(5)(a); 8 VA. ADMIN. CODE § 20-131-50(D)
Washington Students must pass: WASH. REV. CODE § 28A.655.061(2)-(4)
Subjects tested: WASH. REV. CODE § 28A.655.061(3),(4)
Type of tests: WASH. REV. CODE § 28A.655.061(3)
Purposes: WASH. REV. CODE §§ 28A.655.061(2), 28A.655.110(2)
Level assessed: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 207)
Remediation: WAS. REV. CODE § 28A.655.061(7)(a),(12)
Pass rates: 2006 Center on Education Policy, State High School Exit Exams: A Challenging Year (see pg. 210)
Appeals process: WASH. REV. CODE §§ 28A.655.061(10)(b), 28A.655.065
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
American Samoa

Guam
Puerto Rico

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