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  1. READ ACT What you need to know and take back to your schools

  2. CDE and State BOE overall Plan

  3. READ ACT replaces CBLA (ILP) The READ Act will repeal CBLA; however, the requirements of CBLA remain in effect until July 1, 2013. Therefore, during the 2012-2013 school year, schools should continue to use one of the three assessments approved by the State Board (DIBELS, DRA 2, and PALS) and follow all other rules established by CBLA.

  4. READ Act Assessments • There are Interim Assessments • This is like a screener or End of Year • Same as for CBLA • Will determine new ones next October • Diagnostic Assessments • Must find the area of concern (5 components) • No one test gets to all 5 • STAR Early Lit is approved for 4 (not Vocab)

  5. Approved Diagnostic Assessments

  6. So what does that mean for schools? There are new “cut scores” to have a student qualify for a READ Plan • That means there will be kids that may have qualified for an ILP, but do not qualify for a READ Plan • Students that qualify are said to have a Significant Reading Deficiency (SRD). • Teachers will need to really understand the 5 components of reading phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary development, including oral skills, reading fluency and reading comprehension

  7. So what happens if a kid qualifies? • They are retested within 30 days to make sure • They will be given a diagnostic assessment • They are put on a READ Plan • The READ Plan will contain specific interventions that will be given to the student in their area of deficiency. • Parents will be a part of the Read Plan and the possibility of retention will be addressed

  8. Other information • In order for a student to get off a READ Plan they have to become Proficient, not just score above the SRD cutoff. • There is a flat funding that will be given to districts for the number of SRD students they have in the district

  9. End of Year Reporting (2012-2013) • The way we reported will be very similar as in the past • Teachers will not have to know the SRD Cutoffs, only enter DRA scores • We will be adding a graph that can be printed from the DRA input that can be used to help at conferences • There will be a district letter for parents to understand the changes • Teachers will not create or update a the DILP • The program will determine SRD students and a READ Plan will be developed next year (after it is finalized at District level and training takes place)

  10. Next Year (2013-2014) • Within the first 45 days of school all students K-3 will need to be tested with the Interim Assessment (DRA2). • Students show SRD must be retested within 30 days (there is a 2 minute probe on DRA2 to do this) • If they still show SRD, a READ Plan needs to be developed • There needs to be a mid year Interim Assessment given to all K-3 students • There will be an end of year Interim Assessment given to all K-3 students