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Assessment Quality Assurance - ACCESS for ELLs - Spring 2019

As part of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) required monitoring process, DESE uses this document as a tool to monitor and strengthen statewide administration of the Missouri Assessment Program’s (MAP) ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 Assessment. The questions are designed to focus attention and help districts examine important areas of assessment training, administration, and test security.

Forms must be entered electronically by April 5, 2019.

Choose the school from this list of schools that start with the letters A through L. If the school name starts with a letter from M through Z, choose NONE from this list.
Choose the school from this list of schools that start with the letters M through Z. If the school name starts with a letter from A through L, choose NONE from this list.
If the district has an EL Coordinator, give their name here.
Name of the Test Examiner
Explain the process for training for the ACCESS for ELLs assessment.
Did the Test Coordinator or Test Examiners use any additional resources in preparing for ACCESS testing?
Explain how the district’s ACCESS for ELLs Assessment schedule was determined.
Explain the district’s procedure for scheduling make-up testing and dealing with interrupted testing sessions.
Explain the district’s process for using accommodations during testing.
Which, if any, of the available practice resources are used to prepare students taking the ACCESS for ELLs assessments?
Explain the district’s test security plan.
Explain the district’s technology plan as it relates to ACCESS.
Explain the district’s process for distributing student login information to examiners.
Explain the district’s process for distributing, tracking, and accounting for physical test materials.
Explain the district’s process for printing and distributing student score reports.
Based on your interactions with DESE staff when you call, email, use the website, etc. Are there ways in which you think DESE Assessment staff can improve your experience as the Test Coordinator?
Add in any notes or other comments you may have.