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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education
    Descriptive info: .. State School Superintendent John D.. Barge.. The content on this site is no longer being updated.. Please visit.. http://www.. gadoe.. org.. for the most current information from the Georgia Department of Education.. HOT TOPICS.. About the GaDOE.. Superintendent Dr.. John D.. Georgia's Race to the Top (RT3).. GaDOESource Newsletter.. AskDOE.. Stimulus Funding.. Proposed Rulemakings.. Careers.. Working at GaDOE.. Teaching in Georgia.. Troops to Teachers.. Testing.. CRCT.. Graduation Tests (GHSGT).. GHSGT Waivers and Variances.. GHSGT Online Test Prep.. Writing Tests.. SAT/AP/ACT.. End of Course Tests.. School Health and Safety.. Georgia Sex Offender Registry.. Flu Information.. Bullying Prevention.. Safe and Drug-Free Schools.. Special Programs.. IE2 Partnership Contracts.. Georgia Special Needs Scholarship.. Tax Credit Program.. Residential Treatment Facilities.. HELPFUL LINKS.. Child Abuse Video.. Student Attendance Improvement.. CDC Vaccine Site.. U.. S.. Department of Education.. No Child Left Behind/AYP.. Georgia Learn and Serve.. Georgia Virtual School.. GeorgiaStandards.. Org.. Military Child Education Coalition.. School Calendars 2011-2012.. Disaster Resources.. Georgia Census 2010.. Statewide Contracts.. Financial Study Commission.. FY12 Consolidated Calendar of Due Dates.. Select a Subject.. 21st Century Community Learning Centers.. 21st Century Learning Environments Model Schools.. Accel Program (PSO).. Accountability.. Accounting Services.. Acronyms Definitions.. Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).. Admissions: School.. Advanced Placement (AP).. Agriculture Education Program.. Alternative Education (AEP).. Ask DOE.. Behavior Support Process.. Budget Services.. Bullying Prevention Toolkit.. Bus Driver Training Manual.. Buses.. Career Development.. Career, Technical and Agricultural Education.. Charter Schools.. CLASS Keys.. Communications.. Comprehensive School Reform (CSR).. Contact List - School  ...   State Board.. Migrant Programs.. Migratory Children.. Milken Family Foundation Awards.. Move On When Ready (MOWR).. National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).. No Child Left Behind Act.. Norm-Referenced Testing in Georgia.. Official Code of GA.. Organization: GaDOE.. Parent Engagement.. Parental Involvement.. Policy.. Positive Behavior Support.. Professional Learning.. Professional Standards.. Public Schools.. Pupil Transportation.. QBE Funding.. Reading First Program.. Remedial Education.. Report Card.. RESAs.. Retirement (Employees).. Retirement (Teachers).. Revenue/Expenditure.. Rules Status Report.. Safe Drug Free Schools.. Safety Hotline.. Salaries (Teachers).. SAT PSAT.. School Bus Driver Training Manual.. School Buses.. School Code Numbers.. School Improvement.. School Nutrition.. School Safety.. Schools of Excellence.. Senate Bill 249.. Sp Ed Newsletters.. Special Education.. State Board of Education.. State Education Rules.. State School Superintendent.. State Schools.. Teacher and Leader Effectiveness.. Teacher Certification.. Teacher of the Year Program.. Teacher Quality.. Teenage Drivers (TAADRA).. Textbooks.. Title I.. United States Senate Youth Program.. Unsafe Schools (USCO).. Vision, Mission Values (GaDOE).. World Languages.. Writing Assessments.. Young Georgia Authors Competition.. Press Releases.. 02/01/2012.. -.. Matt Cardoza.. GaDOE Accepting Applications for National Green Ribbon Schools Recognition.. 01/30/2012.. Justin Pauly.. State Board of Education Announces New Leadership for 2012.. 01/24/2012.. $5,000 Scholarship for Deaf and Hard of hearing Students in Georgia.. 01/12/2012.. Georgia Ranks 7th in the Nation in New Education Report.. School Turnaround Vendor Fair Information and Registration.. View All News Items.. Follow us:.. STATE SUPERINTENDENT.. Learn More About.. Dr.. --Or Select--.. By RESA.. By District.. By School.. School District Contacts.. Contact Search..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - State School Superintendent
    Descriptive info: Home.. About GaDOE.. State Superintendent of Schools.. Making Education Work for All Georgians!.. CONTACT INFORMATION.. 2066 Twin Towers East.. 205 Jesse Hill Jr.. Drive SE.. Atlanta, GA 30334.. (404) 656-2800.. (404) 651-8737.. state.. superintendent@.. doe.. k12.. ga.. us.. Scheduling Requests.. Joel H.. Thornton.. Chief of Staff.. 404-656-0972.. 404-651-8737.. jthornton@doe.. Report Problems with this Page.. RELATED INFORMATION.. MEDIA PHOTO.. Click photo for larger.. size in zip format.. Welcome.. Thank you for visiting the Georgia Department of Education website.. Whether you are a parent, an educator or a student, I hope you will find this site to be a valuable and timely source of information.. At the Georgia Department of Education, we are working hard to improve the quality of the education in our state.. Our vision is making education work for all Georgians.. Working together, we can make this goal a reality.. Biography.. John Barge was born and raised in Cobb County, Georgia, graduated from Campbell High School in 1984, and attended Berry College in Rome, Georgia on academic and journalism scholarships where he earned his bachelor’s degree  ...   the State Director of Career, Technical and Agriculture Education for the Georgia Department of Education.. John has been recognized as a STAR teacher in 1996, as Georgia’s Assistant Principal of the Year in 2001, and received the Berry College Alumni Association’s Distinguished Achievement Award in 2005.. Prior to becoming State School Superintendent, John served as the Director of Secondary Curriculum Instruction with the Bartow County School System.. John and his wife Loraine, long-time Floyd County residents, have been married for 19 years.. They have a 15 year-old daughter who attends public school in Floyd County.. Advisory Councils.. Student Advisory Council.. Teacher Advisory Council.. Parent Advisory Council.. collaboratives.. The Alliance of Education Agency Heads.. Investing in Educational Excellence.. PRESENTATIONS.. GSBA 2010 Annual Conference Local Board Governace.. Bootstrap Fall Conference 2010.. 2010 CRCT Results.. 2010 GHSGT Results.. Joint House and Senate Appropriations Committees.. » More.. PUBLICATIONS.. Georgia's Strategic Plan for Education.. 2009 Georgia Teacher of the Year.. Math Information Card.. AYP Information Card.. Graduation Rule.. SUPERINTENDENT'S LINKS.. Council of Chief State School Officers.. The Governor's Office of Student Achievement..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - Georgia Race to the Top
    Descriptive info: Georgia's Race to the Top.. Teresa MacCartney.. DOE Race to the Top Director.. Deputy Superintendent.. tmaccartney@doe.. Clara Keith.. Associate Superintendent of Implementation.. ckeith@doe.. Mark E.. Pevey, Ph.. D.. Race to the Top Implementation Director.. mpevey@doe.. Jon Rogers.. Communications Director.. jonrogers@gadoe.. Sylvia Hooker.. Deputy Superintendent for School Turnaround.. shooker@doe.. Kathie Wood.. Teacher - Lead Advisor.. kwood@doe.. Team Bios.. Georgia's Race to the Top (RT3) Plan.. The Race to the Top fund is a $4 billion grant opportunity provided in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) to support new approaches to school improvement.. The funds are made available in the form of competitive grants to encourage and reward states that are creating conditions for education innovation and reform, specifically implementing ambitious plans in four education reform areas:.. Recruiting, preparing, rewarding, and retaining effective teachers and principals, especially where they are needed most; and.. Adopting standards and assessments that prepare students to succeed in college and the workplace and to compete in the global economy;.. Building data systems that measure student growth and success, and inform teachers and principals about how they can improve instruction;.. Turning around our lowest–achieving schools.. Georgia’s vision as set forth in the application:.. “To equip all Georgia students, through effective teachers and leaders and through creating the right conditions in Georgia’s schools and classrooms, with the knowledge and skills to empower them to 1) graduate from high school, 2) be successful in college and/or professional careers, and 3) be competitive with their peers throughout the United States and the world.. ”.. Georgia’s application was  ...   All funds are to be used to implement Georgia’s RT3 plan.. An MOU was signed by each district superintendent and board chair.. These districts, which make up 40 percent of public school students, 46 percent of Georgia's students in poverty, 53 percent of Georgia’s African American students, 48 percent of Hispanics and 68 percent of the state's lowest achieving schools, are: Atlanta, Ben Hill, Bibb, Burke, Carrolton, Chatham, Cherokee, Clayton, Dade, DeKalb, Dougherty, Gainesville, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, Meriwether, Muscogee, Peach, Pulaski, Rabun, Richmond, Rockdale, Spalding, Treutlen, Valdosta and White.. Race to the Top Links.. SUBSCRIBE TO NEWSLETTER.. US Department of Education.. US Race to the Top.. State of Georgia.. GA Department of Education.. Updates.. Steering Committee Members.. RT3 September - October 2011 Newsletter.. RT3 Steering Committees Update - August 2011.. RT3 July - August 2011 Newsletter.. Steering Committees Update - June 2011.. RT3 June 2011 Newsletter.. RT3 April - May 2011 Newsletter.. Resources.. RT3 Overview Plan.. Great Teachers Leaders.. Standards Assessments.. STEM, Innovation Fund Improving Early Learning Outcomes.. Data Systems to Support Instruction.. Turning Around Lowest Achieving Schools.. Education Partners.. Office of Student Achievement.. Office of Planning and Budget.. Dept.. of Early Care and Learning.. Professional Standards Commission.. University System of Georgia.. Technical Colleges of Georgia.. Georgia Student Finance Commission.. Partner Districts.. Atlanta Public Schools.. Ben Hill County Schools.. Bibb County Schools.. Burke County Schools.. Carrollton City Schools.. Chatham County Schools.. Cherokee County Schools.. Innovation Fund.. Innovation Fund FAQs.. Innovation Fund Application.. Innovation Fund Webinar.. Vendor Information.. Becoming a Georgia Supplier.. State Purchasing Divsion Directors.. 2011 Supplier Training Events..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - Ask GaDOE
    Descriptive info: Providing answers to all your Georgia education needs.. Sue Goodman.. Manager, AskDOE.. 2054 Twin Towers East.. (800) 311-3627 (GA).. (404) 651-6867.. askdoe@doe.. Hours of Operation:.. 8:00 a.. m.. to 4:45 p.. , Monday through Friday.. Staff Contact List.. Welcome to the homepage for AskDOE, the State School Superintendent's help desk.. The AskDOE staff works with parents, students, educators, and the general public who contact the Georgia Department of Education for assistance or information.. AskDOE is comprised of education administration specialists with over 160  ...   coordinator and other administrative positions.. Working collaboratively with all of the Georgia Department of Education staff, the AskDOE team can provide quality assistance on a variety of educational issues.. Education in Georgia.. |.. Newcomer's Guide.. New Student Requirements.. Special Education Services and Support.. Education Rules and Standards.. No Child Left Behind.. Inside the Public Schools System.. Student Community Nutrition.. Education Choices.. Certification.. School Jobs.. Graduation.. State Requirements.. Required Testing.. GED.. Scholarships and Student Loans.. HOPE Scholarship.. Student Loans.. |.. Robert C.. Byrd Honors Scholarship..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - Human Resources
    Descriptive info: Office of Policy and External Affairs.. Hiring, retaining and compensating employees with skills and abilities that benefit the Georgia educational system.. DIVISIONS.. -.. Official State Holidays.. Teacher Retirement.. Employee Retirement.. Erin Elmore.. Associate Superintendent, Human Resources.. 2052 Twin Towers East.. (404) 656-2510.. (404) 657-7840.. General Inquiries:.. human.. resources@doe.. k12.. To Apply:.. recruiter@doe.. The Georgia Department of Education provides leadership and service to local school systems and operates three State Schools for students with hearing and vision disabilities.. The mission of Human Resources is to hire, retain and compensate employees with the skills and abilities to accomplish the purpose and goals of the Department.. Human Resources achieves this by serving as a strategic player with Department personnel and providing quality leadership, technical assistance and accurate information.. This mission will be achieved with a constant focus on continuous process improvement.. The Application and Hiring Process.. The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE), a State of Georgia government agency, is an Equal Opportunity Employer.. The GaDOE does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, disability, or age in its employment practices.. In accordance with Public Law 99-603, also known as the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the GaDOE employs only U.. citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers.. All persons hired by the GaDOE are required to verify identity and employment eligibility.. The GaDOE is a registered participant in the federal work authorization program, commonly known as E-verify, and uses this program to verify the employment eligibility of all employees.. The GaDOE’s federally-issued User  ...   top candidates selected for interviews will be contacted by the hiring managers.. Recruitment may be closed when a satisfactory applicant pool is identified; however, most job announcements remain open until positions are filled.. Due to the large volume of applications received by the Human Resources division, we are unable to provide information on your application status.. A resume or application for GaDOE employment must include the applicant’s daytime telephone number, salary history, and employment history with employer addresses and telephone numbers.. Because all hiring recommendations for new employees must be approved by the State Board of Education at its monthly meetings, the recruitment process may take one to three months to select and hire a candidate.. State-Operated Schools for the Deaf and Blind.. The Georgia Department of Education operates three state schools for the deaf and blind: the Atlanta Area School for the Deaf in Clarkston, the Georgia School for the Deaf in Cave Spring, and the Georgia Academy for the Blind in Macon.. Prospective applicants must apply directly to the school in which they are interested.. State School personnel are employees of the Georgia Department of Education.. All hiring recommendations require approval of the State School Superintendent and the State Board of Education.. All persons hired by the State Schools are required to verify identity and employment eligibility and will undergo a fingerprint and criminal background investigation.. Some State School positions require pre-employment and random drug testing.. DOWNLOADS.. State of Georgia Application for Employment.. New Teacher Contract.. Renewal Teacher Contract.. Compensation Plan for State Agencies..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - Assessment: Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests
    Descriptive info: Office of Standards, Instruction and Assessment.. » Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT).. Producing well-designed assessments aligned to the state curriculum with timely dissemination of results.. Federal Programs.. Joe Blessing.. CRCT Specialist.. 1554 Twin Towers East.. (404) 656-2589.. 800-634-4106.. (404) 656-5976.. jblessin@doe.. GAA.. Promotion and Retention Guidance.. Criterion-Referenced Competency Tests (CRCT).. What is the purpose of the CRCT?.. The CRCT is designed to measure how well students acquire the skills and knowledge described in the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS).. The assessments yield information on academic achievement at the student, class, school, system, and state levels.. This information is used to diagnose individual student strengths and weaknesses as related to the instruction of the GPS, and to gauge the quality of education throughout Georgia.. What content areas and grade levels are tested?.. Georgia law, as amended by the A+ Education Reform Act of 2000, requires that all students in grades one through eight take the CRCT in the content areas of reading, English/language arts, and mathematics.. Students in grades three through eight are also assessed in science and social studies.. The CRCT only assesses the content standards outlined in the GPS.. Due to budget constraints, the CRCT will not be administered in grades one and two in spring 2012.. When was the CRCT implemented?.. The CRCT was implemented in spring 2000.. That year, summative, end-of-year assessments in reading, English/language arts, and mathematics were administered in grades four, six, and eight.. Assessments in science and social studies (grades three through eight) were administered for the first time in spring 2002.. Additionally, assessments in reading, English/language arts, and mathematics were administered in grades one, two, three, five, and seven in spring 2002.. How is content tested?.. Currently, the mandated end-of-year assessments contain selected-response items only; however, a small number of constructed-response items may be included in subsequent years.. How does the CRCT differ from a norm-referenced test (NRT)?..  ...   These data are reported for grades one through eight in reading, English/language arts, and mathematics, and grades three through eight in science and social studies.. What steps did the state take to ensure the age appropriateness of the CRCT for grades 1 and 2?.. In order to obtain the most reliable and accurate test results from younger students, the state looked at how other states assessed students in the early grades and at the procedures identified by educational research as the most important to follow.. Key factors taken into consideration include number of answer choices, breaks during testing, and having certain aspects of the assessments read to the students by the teacher.. As part meeting federal requirements for state standards and assessments systems, the CRCT was peer reviewed by a team of external experts in the fields of standards and assessments.. This team was convened by the US Department of Education and considered evidence in the following areas: content and academic achievement standards; technical quality; alignment; inclusion; and scoring and reporting.. The CRCT was found to meet nationally recognized professional and technical standards for assessment programs.. CRCT RESOURCES.. CRCT System and School Test Coordinators Manual 2011.. CRCT Test Examiners Manual Grades 3-8 2011.. CRCT Retest Coordinators Manual 2011.. CRCT Retest Examiners Manual 2011.. CRCT Data Extraction Tool 2011.. Content Descriptions.. CRCT Content Descriptions - Mathematics (GPS).. CRCT Content Descriptions - Social Studies (GPS).. CRCT Content Descriptions – Reading (GPS).. CRCT Content Descriptions – English/Language Arts (GPS).. CRCT Content Descriptions – Science (GPS).. Student Guides.. CRCT Grade 1 Study Guide.. CRCT Grade 2 Study Guide.. CRCT Grade 3 Study Guide.. CRCT Grade 4 Study Guide.. CRCT Grade 5 Study Guide.. OAS.. Online Assessment System.. CRCT STATEWIDE SCORES.. 2011.. 2011 State Summary.. 2011 System Summaries.. 2011 School Summaries.. 2010.. Presentations CRCT.. CRCT Online Enrollment System and Retest Presentation 2011.. CRCT Pre-Administration Presentation 2011.. Update Bulletins CRCT..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - Assessment: Georgia High School Graduation Tests
    Descriptive info: » Georgia High School Graduation Tests (GHSGT).. Michael Huneke.. Assessment Specialist.. (404) 232-1208.. mhuneke@doe.. Georgia High School Graduation Tests (GHSGT).. Purpose of the Graduation Tests.. Georgia’s graduation tests provide valuable information for students, educators, and parents about student strengths and areas for improvement.. The tests identify students who may need additional instruction in the concepts and skills required for a diploma.. From 2004 through 2011, the English Language Arts and Mathematics high school graduation tests have been used to measure Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) under the No Child Left Behind legislation.. Students seeking a Georgia high school diploma, who entered high school prior to July 2011, must pass the Georgia High School Graduation Tests (GHSGT) in four content areas as well as the Georgia High School Writing Test.. As a result of amendments to State Board of Education rule in April 2011, the cohort of students who enrolled in high school from Fall 2008 through June 2011 must demonstrate their proficiency in the four GHSGT content areas by either passing each of the GHSGTs or by passing one of the two equivalent End of Course Tests in each corresponding content area.. These students are also required to take and pass the Georgia High School Writing Test (GHSWT) to be eligible for a diploma.. Students who enter grade nine in 2011 – 2012 and beyond will not take, and are not required to pass, the GHSGT.. They are required to take and pass the Georgia High School Writing Test.. Students with disabilities and English Language Learners may receive appropriate standard accommodations based on their needs and the specifications of their Individualized Education Program, their Individual Accommodation Plan, or their ELL Testing Participation Committee Plan.. Students with disabilities unable to participate in the state testing program, even with accommodations, are assessed with the Georgia Alternate Assessment.. Assessment Opportunities.. Students take the graduation tests for the first time in the eleventh grade.. The Writing Assessment takes place in the fall, and the GHSGT in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies occur in the spring of the eleventh grade.. Students who do not pass on the first attempt of the tests have multiple opportunities to receive additional instruction, retest, and qualify for graduation before the spring of the twelfth grade.. Students who do not pass all the required tests but have met all other graduation requirements may be eligible for a Certificate of Performance or a Special Education Diploma.. Students who have left school with a Certificate of Performance or a Special Education Certificate may return to attempt the graduation test(s) again, as often as necessary to qualify for a high school diploma.. Writing.. Content Areas.. Grade 11 Fall (September).. First.. Grade 11 Spring (March/April).. Retest.. Grade 11/12 (July).. Grade 12 Fall (September).. Grade 12 Winter (November).. Grade 12 Spring (March/April).. Grade 12 Summer (July).. Senior Retest.. According to Rule 160-1-3-.. 09, Waivers and Variances of High School Graduation Assessments Guidelines, students may receive a Georgia regular education diploma through the assessment waiver or variance process if they meet specific criteria.. Scale Scores Needed for Passing the GHSGT.. To be eligible for a diploma, a student must achieve a Pass performance level on the requisite QCC tests and a Basic Proficiency on the requisite GPS tests.. The following table shows the scale score ranges that determine each test performance level.. Below Proficiency.. Basic Proficiency.. Advanced Proficiency..  ...   a year or more, without having completed all required assessments and other graduation requirements in effect when they left school, must pass the Georgia High School Graduation Tests that are required of the class in which they re-enroll.. Those students that entered ninth grade in the fall of 2004 and prior are responsible for the transitional forms of English Language Arts Science and Social Studies as well as the QCC forms of Mathematics and Social Studies.. Those students who entered ninth grade in the fall of 2005 or 2006 are required to pass the GPS forms of English Language Arts and Science as well as the transitional form of Social Studies and the QCC form of Mathematics.. The GHSGT program will continue to offer repeat test-takers the form of the test (GPS, QCC or transitional) that became their graduation requirement when these students first entered high school as freshmen (i.. , ninth grade).. In addition to passing the appropriate set of state assessments mentioned above, students must also meet other requirements to become eligible for a regular diploma.. These include meeting attendance criteria and accumulating Carnegie units for the requisite courses as defined by the State Board of Education graduation policy.. As part meeting federal requirements for state standards and assessments systems, the GHSGT was peer reviewed by a team of external experts in the fields of standards and assessments.. The GHSGT was found to meet nationally recognized professional and technical standards for assessment programs.. Effective with the Fall 2011 administration QCC forms will no longer be offered.. Students who originally tested using the QCC forms in English/Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies should be tested using the transitional form of the GHSGT (Form T).. The transitional GHSGT forms are developed based on a carefully constructed blueprint built to ensure students have had an opportunity to learn the content and skills assessed regardless of the curriculum under which they were instructed (whether it was the QCC or the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS)).. In other words, the transitional forms are dually aligned to both the QCC and the GPS.. Importantly, these forms are scored and reported on the QCC scale and are statistically equated (of equivalent difficulty) to the QCC forms.. Please note that QCC forms will continue to be available for the Mathematics GHSGT for those students who received mathematics instruction based on the QCC.. GHSGT RESOURCES.. GHSGT Test Coordinator's Manual, Retests 2011.. GHSGT Examiner's Manual, Retests 2011.. GHSGT Mathematics Released Items with Commentary.. GHSGT Mathematics Released Items.. GHSGT Math Formula Sheet.. CONTENT DESCRIPTIONS.. English Language Arts Test Content Descriptions GPS Version (PDF).. Mathematics Test Content Descriptions GPS Version.. Mathematics Test Content Descriptions QCC Version.. Science Test Content Descriptions GPS Version - Spring 2011.. Social Studies Content Descriptions GPS Version Update Oct.. STUDENT GUIDES.. Science Student Guide GPS Revised August 2011.. Mathematics Student Guide GPS August 2011.. GHSGT English Language Arts Student Guide GPS Version January 2009.. GHSGT Math Student Guide QCC January 2009.. Social Studies Student Guide GPS Version 2010.. Assessment Transition.. Secondary Assessment Transition Plan FAQs.. Secondary Assessment Transition Presentation.. GHSGT STATEWIDE SCORES.. 2011 State Summaries.. 2011 Spring GHSGT Statewide Results.. 2010 Spring GHSGT Statewide Results.. GHSGT PRESENTATIONS.. GHSGT Re-Test Pre-Administration, Fall 2011.. GHSGT Pre-Administration Presentation Spring 2011.. Pearson Access Enrollments July 2009.. Spring 2010 GHSGT PreAdministration Presentation.. GHSGT HELPFUL LINKS.. Basic Skills Tests.. Update Bulletins GHSGT.. GHSGT Winter 2011 Update Bulletin..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - Assessment: Georgia Writing Assessments
    Descriptive info: » Georgia Writing Assessments.. Georgia Writing Assessments.. Overview - Grades 3, 5, 8, 11.. Georgia’s performance-based writing assessments are administered to students in grades three, five, eight, and eleven.. Student writing samples are evaluated on an analytic scoring system in all grades to provide diagnostic feedback to teachers, students, and parents about individual performance.. The writing assessments provide information to students about their writing performance and areas of strength and challenge.. This information is useful for instruction and preparation for future writing assessments.. Description.. Georgia law (O.. C.. G.. A.. , Section 20-2-281) requires that writing assessments be administered to students in grades three, five, eight, and eleven.. The State Writing Assessment Core Development and Advisory  ...   and Advisory Committee for each grade level (3, 5, 8, and 11).. The goal of the Writing Assessment Core Development and Advisory Committees and the GaDOE is to create developmentally appropriate assessment procedures to enhance statewide instruction in the language arts.. Statewide writing assessments serve the purpose of improving writing and writing instruction.. The state mandated writing assessments are:.. Grade 3 Writing Assessment.. Grade 5 Writing Assessment.. Grade 8 Writing Assessment.. Georgia High School Writing Test (GHSWT).. WA RESOURCES.. Weighting of Domains.. Sample Student Rubric.. Kindergarten Writing Rubric Informational Cherokee County.. Kindergarten Writing Rubric Narrative Cherokee County.. Kindergarten Writing Rubric Fayette County.. Kindergarten Writing Rubric Persuasive Cherokee County.. First Grade Writing Rubric Informational Cherokee County.. Presentations WA..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - AP, SAT, ACT and PSAT Unit
    Descriptive info: Innovative Academic Programs.. SAT and AP Programs.. Implementing the Georgia Performance Standards.. College Readiness.. ESOL and Title III.. Languages and International Education.. Becky Chambers.. Program Manager.. 1766 Twin Towers East.. (404) 463-5098.. (404) 651-8582.. rchambers@doe.. AP@doe.. SAT@doe.. The Georgia Department of Education is dedicated to the goals of improving student achievement on high stakes college entrance tests such as the SAT and the ACT and to providing students more opportunities for rigorous coursework through Advanced Placement courses.. The College Readiness unit works to ensure college and workplace readiness for all students by providing professional learning and technical assistance to teachers, counselors, and administrators.. Over the past seven academic years, the increase in the number of Georgia students benefitting from Advanced Placement (AP) courses being offered  ...   year, 63,597 students in Georgia public high schools completed AP exams.. In May of 2009, Georgia public school students took 91,395 AP exams.. In May of 2010, Georgia public school students took 104,539 AP exams.. Read more information in the.. AP in Georgia – A Success Story.. Information for School Personnel.. AP.. PSAT.. SAT.. Workshop information for High Schools.. Information for Students and Parents.. ACT.. Workshop information for RESA’s.. SAT RESOURCES.. SAT Test Dates for 2011-2012.. 2010 SAT Scores.. AP RESOURCES.. APCentral.. AP Institutes and Workshops for Professional Development.. AP Coordinator's Information.. AP Exam Dates for 2011-2012.. Georgia AP Teacher Network.. ACT RESOURCES.. ACT Test Dates for 2011-2012.. 2010 ACT School Scores.. PSAT RESOURCES.. PSAT/NMSQT Alignment and State Standards.. PSAT Date for 2011 is October 12..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - Assessment: End of Course Tests
    Descriptive info: » End of Course Tests (EOCT).. Melissa Faux.. EOCT Specialist.. 404-656-5975.. mfaux@doe.. End of Course Tests (EOCT).. The A+ Educational Reform Act of 2000,O.. §20-2-281, mandates that the State Board of Education adopt end-of-course assessments in grades nine through twelve for core subjects to be determined by the State Board of Education.. With educator input, and State Board approval, the End-of-Course Assessment program is therefore comprised of the following 10 content area assessments:.. Mathematics I: Algebra/Geometry/Statistics.. Mathematics II: Geometry/Algebra II/Statistics.. GPS Algebra*.. GPS Geometry*.. United States History.. Economics/Business/Free Enterprise.. Biology.. Physical Science.. English Language Arts.. Ninth Grade Literature and Composition.. American Literature and Composition.. *These tests are new additions to the program beginning in the 2011-2012 school year.. What is the purpose of the EOCT?.. Improved teaching and learning are the main focus of Georgia’s education system.. The EOCT align with the Georgia curriculum standards and include assessment of specific content knowledge and skills.. The assessments provide diagnostic information to help students identify strengths and areas of need in learning, therefore improving performance in all high school courses and on other assessments, such as the GHSGT.. The EOCT also provide data to evaluate the effectiveness of classroom instruction at the school, system and state levels.. Beginning in 2011 – 2012, the EOCT will become Georgia’s high school accountability assessment.. Who is required to take the EOCT?.. Any student enrolled in and/or receiving credit for an EOCT course, regardless of grade level, will be required to take the EOCT upon completion of that course.. Middle school students completing an EOCT course must take the EOCT regardless of whether they are receiving high school credit.. Students enrolling from non-accredited programs are required to take and pass the EOCT prior to receiving credit for the course.. How does the EOCT affect the student's grade?.. The EOCT is administered upon completion of one of the above courses.. A student’s final grade in the course will be calculated using the EOCT as follows (State Board Rule 160-4-2-.. 13):.. For students enrolled in grade nine for the first time before  ...   two-day administration schedules may be selected by systems.. Scores and Reports.. Systems will receive a full set of reports for each administration.. These reports include:.. Class Roster Reports (electronic only) with a 5-day turnaround (Rapid Scoring) – Give scale score, grade conversion score, performance level and domain level information for each student in a specific class.. Individual Student Reports (electronic or paper for 2007-2008) - Include scale score and a grade conversion score.. One copy should be filed in the student’s permanent record and one given to student/parent.. Summary Reports (system, school and class) – Generated by subject and present summary statistics for a particular group of students.. Content Area Summary Reports (system and school) – Provide information for school, system and state at the Domain Level.. EOCT Guidance Letters.. Guidance Letter – EOCT Retest Administrations.. EOCT Retest Administrations FAQs.. Issued 10/9/2003.. Issued 12/17/2003.. Issued 6/9/2004.. EOCT RESOURCES.. 2011-2012 Test Coordinators Manual.. 2011-2012 Examiners Manual.. 2011-2012 Online Examiners Manual.. EOCT Pearson Access Online Readiness Tools.. Student Assessment Handbook EOCT Retest Addendum.. EOCT GPS Algebra.. EOCT GPS Geometry.. EOCT Mathematics I Content Descriptions.. EOCT Mathematics II Content Descriptions.. American Literature and Composition (GPS).. GPS Algebra.. GPS Geometry.. Mathematics I (GPS).. Mathematics II (GPS).. American Literature and Composition Revised (GPS).. EOCT STATEWIDE SCORES.. Spring 2011.. Spring 2011 State Summary.. Spring 2011 System Summaries.. Spring 2011 School Summaries.. Winter 2010.. EOCT RELEASED TESTS.. Algebra.. American Literature.. Biology.. Economics.. Geometry.. Ninth Grade Literature.. History.. Answer Key.. Trouble accessing a file?.. Click here.. for alternate test links.. EOCT PRESENTATIONS.. EOCT Pre-Administration Presentation Winter 2011.. EOCT Local Scanning Presentation Winter 2011.. EOCT Retest Administrations Presentation, November 2011.. EOCT Pre-Administration Presentation Spring 2011.. EOCT Local Scanning Presentation Spring 2011.. Performance Level.. Mathematics I Performance Level Descriptors.. Mathematics II Performance Level Descriptors.. Physical Science Performance Level Descriptors.. Biology Performance Level Descriptors.. Ninth Grade Literature and Composition Performance Level Descriptors.. Update Bulletins EOCT.. EOCT Update Bulletin Winter 2011.. EOCT Retest QuickStart Guide.. EOCT Retest Update Bulletin January 2012.. Problems opening or.. printing your PDF?.. Upgrading to Adobe Reader 7.. 0 may be a solution..

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  • Title: GADOE Georgia Department of Education - Flu Information
    Descriptive info: Coordinating media information and interviews for encouraging K-12 education in Georgia.. Director, Communications.. 2062 Twin Towers East.. (404) 651-7358.. (404) 656-0966.. mcardoza@doe.. CDC: Guidance for School Administrators to Help Reduce the Spread of Seasonal Influenza in K-12 Schools during the 2010-2011 School Year.. CDC: How to Clean and Disinfect Schools to Help Slow the Spread of Flu.. Flu.. gov.. children's Healthcare: Flu 2010: What You Should Know.. Georgia: Get Ready for an Influenza Pandemic.. Georgia County Health Departments..

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