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OSPI-Developed Assessments for Social Studies

Contact Information

Social Studies

Jerry Price
360-725-6351

OSPI-Developed Classroom-based Assessments

We are suspending for the 2019-20 school year the verification reports required for the Arts, Health and Physical Education, Social Studies (RCW 28A.230.095), and for Educational Technology (RCW 28A.655.075). 

The OSPI-Developed Social Studies Assessments are multi-stepped tasks or projects aligned to specific state learning standards (Social Studies EALRs/GLEs), which target skills and knowledge necessary for engaged, informed citizenship. Please visit the following links for more information: 

Reporting Requirements 

RCW 28A.655.075 details the annual reporting requirements.

Optional Reporting Templates 

Civics

You Decide

Whose Rules?


Economics

Meeting Needs & Wants

People on the Move


Geography

People on the Move

Cultural Contributions

Humans & the Environment


History

Cultural Contributions

What's the Big Idea?

Causes of Conflict

Dig Deep

Civics

Checks & Balances

Constitutional Issues


Economics

Meeting Needs & Wants

International Relations


Geography

People on the Move

Humans & the Environment


History

Enduring Cultures

Why History?

Causes of Conflict

Dig Deep

Civics

Checks & Balances

Constitutional Issues

Economics

You & the Economy

Government Revenue & Responsibility

Causes of Conflict


Geography

Cultural Interactions

Humans & the Environment


History

Technology Through the Ages

Cultural Interactions

Causes of Conflict

Dig Deep

International Perspectives

US Foreign Policy