The 2015-16 password protected reports are now available. The public reports will be released by December 2017. Keep an eye on the Scoop for additional information. For questions, contact B Sanders at email@example.com.
During the 2014 Legislative Session, the General Assembly passed House Bill 14-1376 which requires the Colorado Department of Education to develop a course level participation and performance report - hereinafter referred to as the Student Course Participation and Achievement report. The legislation recognizes that course-level placement decisions in core courses have a significant impact on a student’ potential to attain proficiency on the statewide assessments in core content areas and to attain postsecondary and workforce readiness.
Per the legislation, the report must include:
- Student participation in each core course level (math, English, science and social science) disaggregated by student groups; and
- When available, the proficiency levels of students in each core course level as measured on the statewide assessments, disaggregated by student groups.
Progress and Next Steps
- On November 1, CDE released access to the password-protected Student Course Participation and Achievement report through CEDAR. These reports may be set to an n of 1, so there is personally identifiable information.
- Please contact your district LAM if you have questions concerning access, password reset, username, or any other questions concerning log-in.
- Districts can submit access questions to their LAM here.
- Reports will reflect 2015-16 data.
- CDE will release a public version of the Student Course Participation and Achievement report by December 2017. These reports will follow typical public reporting policies (e.g., student groups must contain at least 16 students or more).
- Email your feedback to B. Sanders, Accountability and Data Analysis