The Oregon Statewide Assessment System has three components: summative assessments, designed for accountability purposes; interim assessments, designed to support teaching and learning throughout the year; and formative assessment practices, designed to support classroom-based formative assessment processes. The Oregon Balanced Assessment Graphic (PDF) displays the relationship between these components, the Oregon State Standards, and college and career readiness.
For the first time, Oregon educators and students have access to a statewide interim assessment system to support student learning and instruction. Oregon’s interim assessment system provides educators with flexible and remote administration options, as well as the full suite of designated supports and accommodations, to support students. In addition to supporting instructional practices, the Interim Assessment System provides the opportunity for educators to elicit evidence of student learning, provide actionable feedback, and adjust instruction accordingly.
The Oregon Department of Education will offer multiple sessions for educators to build their knowledge of the Interim Assessment System. After completing each session ODE will provide educators with PDUs for their participation.
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