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  1. Exploring the Documents

    Decide if the situation is a violation or not a violation. Cite the page and paragraph number from the document(s) to support your decision.
  2. Situation 1 Teacher distributed blank graph paper for students to use during the mathematics assessment. Not a Violation Page 7 - Classroom Materials Acceptable, paragraph 6
  3. Situation 2 Student used a dictionary while taking the social studies test. Violation Page 7 – Classroom Materials Not Acceptable, paragraph 3
  4. Situation 3 Testing contractor discovered four Student Response Booklets with Post-it notes. Handwriting on Post-its didn’t match student writing. Teacher identified writing on Post-its as her own. Changes in answers appeared to be influenced by notes. Violation Page 7 – Administration Practices Not Acceptable, paragraph 1 & 2
  5. Situation 4 Scribe wrote answers on sheet of paper for a student with disabilities who can have a scribe. Student was required to copy answers into a Student Response Booklet as he had done throughout the school year. Not a Violation Page 18-19 – Inclusions Use of Scribes
  6. Situation 5 Teacher visually scanned student test booklets at the end of the day to make sure scrap paper was removed and to see if students had answered all questions. He noticed one student had written about plans to commit suicide. Teacher photocopied the student’s entry and took it to the principal. Violation Page 5 – Test Security Acceptable, paragraph 5
  7. Situation 6 Student began test then left for a doctor’s appointment. When student returned she was allowed to complete test. Not a Violation Page 10 – Administration Practices Not Acceptable, paragraph 1
  8. Situation 7 General education students had access to two organizational templates (such as 4 Column) during assessment. Violation Page 7 – Classroom Materials Not Acceptable, paragraph 1 & 5
  9. Situation 8 A test booklet was lost due to a lack of security. Materials were stacked in an unlocked classroom for three hours. Violation Page 6 – Test Security Not Acceptable, paragraph 4
  10. Situation 9 Teacher kept rough drafts from the previous year’s On-Demand Writing test. The drafts may have been used to prepare for the current year’s test. Violation Page 5 – Test Security Not Acceptable, paragraph 1
  11. Situation 10 Student hospitalized for severely broken leg (in traction). Homebound teacher administered the test to the student in the hospital. Not a Violation Page 5 – Inclusions Summary, paragraph 4 Page 13 – Section 4, part B
  12. Situation 11 Teacher allowed four middle school students to go to lunch before finishing test. Students finished the test after lunch. Violation Page 9 - Administration Practices Acceptable, paragraph 6
  13. Situation 12 In a testing session, teacher allowed one group of students to complete sections A and B of Reading, while other classes completed only section A of Reading. Violation Page 10 – Administration Practices Acceptable, paragraph 2
  14. Situation 13 Students had similar answers, but had not copied. It was determined that one had listened intently as another dictated answers to scribe. Violation Page 9 – Administration Practices Not Acceptable, paragraph 1
  15. Situation 14 Student has a learning disability that significantly impacts her reading ability. Her IEP states materials may be presented orally. The guidance counselor had her come to his office so he can read the test to her. Not a Violation Page 9 – Administration Practices Not Acceptable, paragraph 1 Acceptable, paragraph 1
  16. Situation 15 A school needs to use multiple scribes and readers with special education students. The school schedules these scribes and readers to provide accommodations at the same time in a single room. Violation Page 9 – Administration Practices Not Acceptable, paragraph 1
  17. Situation 16 The district has three new students that have been identified as needing specific accommodations to be included in a 504 Plan. The ARC immediately develops a plan, close to testing, which will allow the students to use the accommodations for instruction and during testing. Not a Violation Page 6 – Inclusions 2a, b, c
  18. Situation 17 Due to a shortage of calculators, a school changes the testing order to provide all students the opportunity to use calculators for the Mathematics sections of the K-PREP. Violation Page 10 – Administration Practices Not Acceptable, paragraph 2
  19. Situation 18 A student routinely uses a word processor with word prediction as outlined in his 504 Plan and uses both features for K-PREP. Not a Violation Page 9 – Administration Practices Acceptable, paragraph 1 Page 6 – Inclusions 2a, b, c
  20. Situation 19 Documentation of a student’s IEP is shared with the proctor that will be administering the state assessment to the student. Not a Violation Page 9 – Administration Practices Acceptable, paragraph 1
  21. Situation 20 A proctor questions student use of a personal cueing notebook which seems to be very content specific. Additional investigation finds that all special education students have the exact same notebook. Violation Page 22-23 – Inclusions Prompting and Cueing
  22. Situation 21 During the testing window, a mobile depicting the three branches of government hangs from a classroom ceiling. Violation Page 7 – Classroom Materials Not Acceptable, paragraph 1
  23. Situation 22 Each day teachers visually scanned test booklets for good faith effort checklists. While scanning teacher made notes about the content of items students answered incorrectly. Violation Page 5 – Test Security Not Acceptable, paragraph 3
  24. Situation 23 Student was taking the math portion of the K-PREP. He used from his prompting and cueing notebook, a cue card with multiple mathematical formulas and sample problems. Violation Page 23-24 of the Inclusions document Use of Prompting and Cueing
  25. Situation 24 A student with illegible handwriting was given a scribe . Violation Page 18-19 of the Inclusions document Use of Scribes
  26. Situation 25 Five LEP students were purposely assigned the same form of the test so one interpreter could work with all the students at the same time. Not a Violation Page 11 – Inclusions Section C, 1, paragraph 2