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Bulletins: Assessment & Student Information

Bulletins
2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017
Numbersort ascending Date Title File(s) Office Program
B114-18 12/13/2018 The Use of Graduation Alternative Options by Individualized Education Program (IEP) Teams for High School Students Eligible for Special Education The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has developed a technical assistance document to provide guidance to families, students, school staff, IEP teams, and others regarding the assessment graduation requirement for students with disabilities served under an IEP.
B088-20 10/28/2020 “Incomplete”/Grading During spring 2020, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) provided information within the Student Learning and Grading Guidance that a course grade of “incomplete” would be allowable for students who could not engage in an equitable way.
B086-18 09/12/2018 Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate Report (P210) for 2017-18 School Year The Comprehensive Education Data and Research System (CEDARS) will be the source for the 2017-18 Adjusted 4-year Class of 2018, Adjusted 5-Year Class of 2017, Adjusted 6-Year Class of 2016, and the Adjusted 7-Year Class of 2015 Cohort Graduation Rate Report (P210).​
B083-17 10/03/2017 Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rate Report (P210) for 2016-17 School Year The Comprehensive Education Data and Research System (CEDARS) will be the source for the 2016-17 Adjusted 4-year Class of 2017, Adjusted 5-Year Class of 2016, Adjusted 6-Year Class of 2015, and the Adjusted 7-Year Class of 2014 Cohort Graduation Rate Report (P210).
B075-17 09/18/2017 Smarter Balanced Assessment Grade 10 Alignment Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is seeking qualified mathematics and English language arts (ELA) high school educators to participate in an in-person advisory workgroup to inform decisions related to changing the administration year of the high school Smarter Balanced assessments in mathematics and English language arts from grade 11 to grade 10.
B065-17 08/24/2017 Expedited Waivers for Assessment Graduation Requirements for Classes of 2014 Through 2018 RCW 28A.655.065 as amended by Engrossed Substitute House Bill (ESHB) 2224, signed by Governor Inslee on July 7, affects high school assessments and graduation requirements.
B045-18 06/05/2018 Unexcused Absence and Truancy Data Report for 2017-18 School Year Unexcused Absence and Truancy data is used to meet legislative reporting requirements as defined under the Compulsory School Attendance and Admission law (RCW 28A.225.151).
B037-21 05/28/2021 Fall 2021 Assessment Fall 2021 Assessment
B035-17 05/18/2017 Unexcused Absence and Truancy Data Report for 2016-17 School Year Unexcused Absence data is used to meet state reporting requirements for students in grades 1-8.
B025-19 05/07/2019 Expedited Waivers for Assessment Graduation Requirements Extended for Class of 2019 House Bill (HB) 1599 transforms the assessment expectations for graduation and how students can approach fulfilling requirements for earning a diploma.
B015-18 03/01/2018 Locally Administered Assessments and Locally Determined Courses Legislation in 2017 (ESHB 2224, subsection 10, now RCW 28A.655.061) created an additional alternative for fulfilling assessment graduation requirements: locally administered assessments that are tied to locally determined courses.
B014-21 04/01/2021 2020–21 Instruction and Assessment Reporting Requirements for the Arts, Educational Technology, Health and Physical Education, and Social Studies For the 2020–21 school year, school districts are required to report assessment information using the specified links for each content area by June 30 (see Reporting Links in the bulletin). The annual reporting system is now open online for districts to begin entering information for this school year.
B008-20 02/06/2020 2019–20 Instruction and Assessment Reporting Requirements for the Arts, Educational Technology, Health and Physical Education, and Social Studies This bulletin provides a summary of the annual reporting requirements on instruction and assessment information in the Arts, Educational Technology, Health and Physical Education, and Social Studies to OSPI, including links for each content area for districts to report information for 2019-20. Reports must be completed by June 30, 2020.
B007-20 02/03/2020 Graduation Pathways Beginning with the Class of 2020 This bulletin provides a summary of the changes for graduation requirements that are in place for the Class of 2020 and beyond. A detailed Graduation Pathways Toolkit can be found on the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) website.
B007-19 02/10/2019 2018-19 Instruction and Assessment Reporting Requirements for Social Studies, the Arts, Health, Physical Education, and Educational Technology Since the 2008-09 school year, school districts have reported their implementation of assessments in Social Studies, the Arts, Health, and Physical Education.
B006-18 01/26/2018 2017-18 Instruction and Assessment Reporting Requirements for Social Studies, the Arts, Health, Physical Education, and Educational Technology Since the 2008-09 school year, school districts have reported their implementation of assessments in Social Studies, the Arts, Health, and Physical Education. In addition, beginning with the 2011-12 school year, districts that choose to implement Educational Technology assessments must report this information in addition to the annual reporting for the other subject areas. Reporting was previously collected through iGrants Form Package 408.
B001-17 01/03/2017 2016-17 Assessment and Reporting Requirements for Social Studies, the Arts, Health, Physical Education (formerly Fitness), and Educational Technology iGrants Form Package 408 Since the 2008-09 school year, school districts have reported their implementation of assessments in Social Studies, the Arts, Health, and Physical Education.