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Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests (OCCT)

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State Testing Information for Oklahoma

Portions of the following material were taken from the Oklahoma Department of Education website. Please see our links and source sections at the bottom of the page for more details and references.

Oklahoma C3 Standards

The Priority Academic Student Skills and the Common Core State Standards come under the umbrella of all state standards entitled Oklahoma C3 Standards - C3 standing for college, career, and citizen ready.

On June 2, 2010, the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) released the final version of the K-12 standards in English Language Arts, Literacy in History/Social Studies and Science, and Mathematics as part of the Common Core State Standards Initiative. These standards, developed together with teachers, school administrators, curriculum content experts and others, seek to provide a clear and consistent framework to prepare Oklahoma students for college, the workforce, and responsible citizenship. The State Board of Education adopted the standards in June of 2010 and the Governor confirmed that adoption in July 2010. The rules on this page specify how the Common Core State Standards will affect Priority Academic Student Skills for English Language Arts and Mathematics from adoption to full implementation in the year 2014-15.

The Priority Academic Student Skills (PASS) were adopted by the State Board of Education 70 O.S. § 11-103.6 (a). Each area of subject matter curriculum, except for technology curriculum, adopted by the State Board of Education for implementation by the beginning of the 2003-04 school year shall be thoroughly reviewed by the State Board every six (6) years according to and in coordination with the existing subject area textbook adoption cycle, and the State Board shall implement any revisions in such curriculum deemed necessary to achieve further improvements in the quality of education for the students of this state.

General Description of the Tests

Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests (OCCT)

  • Grades: 3-8
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Reading, Science, Social Studies, Writing, Geography, U.S. History
  • Criterion Reference Tests
  • Aligned to the state-mandated curriculum and is the curriculum foundation for all public schools

End-of-Instruction (EOI)

  • Secondary level tests
  • Subjects: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, English II, English III, Biology I, U.S. History
  • Aligned to the state-mandated curriculum and is the curriculum foundation for all public schools

Oklahoma Modified Alternative Assessment Program (OMAAP)

  • Grades: 3-8
  • Subjects: Mathematics, Reading, Science
  • End-of-Instruction (EOI) – Algebra I, English II, Biology I, U.S. History
  • Intended for students whom the regular assessments are inappropriate

Oklahoma Alternate Assessment Program (OAAP)

  • For children with the most significant cognitive disabilities

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

  • Grades: 4, 8, 12
  • Subjects: Reading, Mathematics, Science, Writing, U.S. History, Civics, Geography, Arts
  • Also known as "The Nation's Report Card"
  • The only nationally representative and continuing assessment of what America's students know and can do in various subject areas
  • NAEP does not provide scores for individual students or schools; instead, it offers results regarding subject-matter achievement, instructional experiences, and school environment for populations of students (e.g., fourth-graders) and subgroups of those populations (e.g., female students, Hispanic students).

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Source Accessed Date:

  • September 17, 2012


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