Here are important updates related to the COVID-19 emergency from the Office of Career and Technical Education and Student Transition (OCTEST) regarding career and technical education (CTE) end-of-program (EOP) pilot assessments for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Each of the science assessment system's three components is essential to advancing teaching and learning, and each provides necessary information for particular users and purposes.
Kentucky's public school students continue to outperform their peers nationally in 4th- and 8th-grade reading and in 4th-grade mathematics.
More Kentucky students are taking the rigorous Advanced Placement (AP) tests and scoring higher according to data released from the College Board.
Originally, ACT testing was scheduled statewide for March 4 (initial) and March 18 (make-up) for all Kentucky juniors. A few districts were in session on March 4 and were able to test. March 18 is the only make-up day for students who were absent in districts that tested on March 4. However, the majority of districts were out of session [...]
The Kentucky Board of Education continues to flesh out the Unbridled Learning assessment and accountability system.
Kentucky has selected ACT, Inc. as its vendor for end-of-course (EOC) examinations for the state’s public high school students. The contract period is from May 9, 2011, to June 30, 2012, and is for a total of $5,486,700. Senate Bill 1 (SB 1), enacted in the 2009 Kentucky General Assembly, requires a new public school assessment program beginning in the [...]