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State Consortium for BOARD EXAMINATION SYSTEMS SHEEO MEETING August 2010 State Consortium for BOARD EXAMINATION SYSTEMS SHEEO MEETING August 2010

The States • • • Arizona Connecticut Kentucky Maine Massachusetts Mississippi ALL GOVERNING STATES The States • • • Arizona Connecticut Kentucky Maine Massachusetts Mississippi ALL GOVERNING STATES • • • New Hampshire New Mexico New York Pennsylvania Rhode Island Vermont

SCOBES A not-for-profit organization dedicated to the use of board examination systems —the world’s SCOBES A not-for-profit organization dedicated to the use of board examination systems —the world’s best instructional systems— in America’s high schools

Board Exam Systems A sound core program of courses defining what it means to Board Exam Systems A sound core program of courses defining what it means to be an educated person Thoughtfully constructed course designs captured in a syllabus High quality exams derived from the curriculum using multiple assessment methods Quality teacher training matched to the course syllabi

Why Board Exams? • Best global research shows that board exam systems key to Why Board Exams? • Best global research shows that board exam systems key to success of world’s best performing systems for ALL students • Why? Because they provide the support students must have to succeed • Crucially important for low-performing schools and students

The Move-On-When-Ready Plan 22 Graduate Education 4 Year Selective Institutions 18 16 12 Upper The Move-On-When-Ready Plan 22 Graduate Education 4 Year Selective Institutions 18 16 12 Upper Div’n (AP, IB, A Levels) 4 yr Work 2 yr Open Admissions Instns Lower Division Exam System Core Curriculum, Syllabi, Exams, Teacher Training, All Set to Int’l Standards

Board Exams: Some Examples ACT Quality. Core Cambridge International Exams College Board APs Edexcel Board Exams: Some Examples ACT Quality. Core Cambridge International Exams College Board APs Edexcel International Baccalaureate

Lower Division Ready Now • ACT Quality. Core • Cambridge International General Certificate of Lower Division Ready Now • ACT Quality. Core • Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Exams • Edexcel IGCSE Exams

Lower Division: A Closer Look • Not elite programs • But designed to prepare Lower Division: A Closer Look • Not elite programs • But designed to prepare students for elite programs • Can get students college-ready by 16 • Many bright students are dropping out because they are bored • But give less-prepared students until 18 • Help targeted to students weak points in grades 11 and 12 can make all the difference

Upper Division Ready Now • • • ACT Quality. Core Cambridge AICE Exams College Upper Division Ready Now • • • ACT Quality. Core Cambridge AICE Exams College Board Advanced Placement Edexcel A-level version International Baccalaureate

College-Ready: What we Mean • We will embrace the Common Core State Standards • College-Ready: What we Mean • We will embrace the Common Core State Standards • But they are not performance standards • We are doing the research needed to find out what level of literacy is needed to succeed in 2 -year and 4 -year open admission colleges • Elements of the research design • Will use the results to set the pass points on the lower-division exams

College-Ready: Who Will Do It • Our TAC: Pellegrino, Everson, Bond, Daro, Duran, Hermon, College-Ready: Who Will Do It • Our TAC: Pellegrino, Everson, Bond, Daro, Duran, Hermon, Haertel, Linn, Snow, Wiliam • Our Higher Education Advisory Committee: Broad, Chair, (see next slide) • The SCOBES Board of Trustees

Higher Education Advisory Committee • • • Molly Broad, ACE, Chair Paul Lingefelter, SHEEO’s Higher Education Advisory Committee • • • Molly Broad, ACE, Chair Paul Lingefelter, SHEEO’s George Boggs, AACC Mary Marcy, Bard College at Simon’s Rock Rufus Glasper, Maricopa Community College, AZ Michael Meoti, Commissioner of Higher Ed, CT Robert King, KY Council on Postsecondary Ed Selma Botman, President, Univ. of Southern Maine Aundrea Kelley, Deputy Comm’r, P-16 Policy

Higher Education Advisory Committee • Andy Mullins, Exec Ass’t to Chancellor, Ole’ Miss • Higher Education Advisory Committee • Andy Mullins, Exec Ass’t to Chancellor, Ole’ Miss • Kathryn Dodge, Exec Dir, NH Posts’y Ed Comm’n • Deborah Grossman-Garber, Assoc Comm’r, RI Board of Gov’s for Higher ED • Viola Florez, NM Cabinet Sec’y for Higher Ed • Timothy Donovan, Chancellor, VT State Colleges • Alexandra Logue, University Provost, CUNY • Karen Stout, President, Montgomery County Community College

Our Career and Technical Education Plan • Building a strong career and technical education Our Career and Technical Education Plan • Building a strong career and technical education curriculum using the world’s best courses and exams • Collaborating with the Council of Chief State School Officers, the US Chamber of Commerce, the Southern Education

Our STEM Plan • Collaboration with Michael Crow and Arizona State University • Select Our STEM Plan • Collaboration with Michael Crow and Arizona State University • Select one or more rigorous STEM programs from the world’s best suppliers of courses and examinations • Make sure they are endorsed by leading higher education institutions in the states • Offer them to high schools and high school students in the member states

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