Governor Fallin has approved two emergency administrative rule amendments pertaining to accountability. Both amendments will take effect in the 2015-2016 school year.
- 210:10-13-22 (d) (1) and 210:10-13-2 (e)
A student shall be considered a FAY student if the student is enrolled within the first twenty (20) instructional days of the school's instructional year through and including the date of the administration of the exam, and has not experienced an enrollment lapse of ten (10) or more consecutive instructional days.
- 210:10-13-2 (f)
Students who have been placed in a state juvenile facility or a full time residential facility providing educational services to students by joint agreement with one or more school districts, including facilities that have been assigned a separate site code by State Department of Education, will not be used in the accountability for the site or district of residence for the students.
- Accountability Resources
- A-F Report Card Grading System
- Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)
- Accountability (State Testing Results - currently undergoing maintenance)
Oklahoma's assessment system, under Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) as amended by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB), has been approved by the United States Department of Education and amended by the ESEA Waiver.
ESEA Accountability Addendum
The ESEA Accountabality Addendum replaces the NCLB Accountability Workbook that was in place before Oklahoma’s request for ESEA Flexibility. It provides supplemental details about Oklahoma's system of differentiated accountability as outlined in principle 2 of ESEA flexibility. An updated addendum to accompany Oklahoma's 2015 ESEA flexibility requested will be posted here shortly.