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					Early Assessment Program
   2007-2008 Program Updates and
Professional Development Opportunities

            Claudia Quezada, M.P.A.
                EAP Coordinator
      California State University, East Bay
       claudia.quezada@csueastbay.edu
             Direct (510) 885-3996
     Early Assessment Program

 11th grade testing (early assessment
  of college readiness)

 Supplemental high school
  preparation in 12th grade

 Professional development
    Reading Institute for Academic
      Preparation (RIAP)
    Expository Reading and Writing
      Course (ERWC)
Early assessment of college readiness

 Voluntary examination
 Administered in 11th grade in conjunction
  with STAR and CST’s
 15 additional multiple-choice items in
  English and mathematics
 45 minute essay required in English
 Selected items from CST and additional
  EAP items (including essay in English)
  are scored to determine student
  readiness for college English and/or
  mathematics
       EAP Testing Purposes

Early warning
      Identify students who need to
       do additional work in English
       and/or mathematics before
       entering the CSU

Identify student readiness
      Inform students, families, and
         high schools of students’
         readiness for college-level work
         in English and mathematics

12th grade interventions
      Motivate students to take
        needed steps in 12th grade to
        assure readiness
     Why the EAP was created

In 1999 over half of all students entering
the CSU demonstrated a proficiency in
English and mathematics of “not ready
for college level courses.” Close to 66%
of students entered the CSU needing
remediation in at least one subject.

A collaboration between
 – California State Board of
   Education
 – California Department of
   Education
 – California State University
               EAP Goals

 Increase number of student, faculty,
  staff and administrator participation

 Increase parents’ knowledge and
  understanding of EAP

 Augment communication of
  EAP resources

       CSU EAP web site
       CSU East Bay EAP web site
       English & Math success web sites
       RIAP and ERWC Professional
        Development Opportunities
                                         Warning:
                             Failure to Meet the EPT and ELM
                             Requirements Costs Time and Money

                       Students cannot enroll in for-credit CSU
                        college English and/or math classes until they
                        meet the requirements.

                       They must spend time taking remedial classes
                        during their freshman year until they meet the
                        requirement.

                       They have to pay for the remedial classes.

                       They will graduate later because they get no
                        degree credit for remedial classes.

                       If students do not pass the remedial classes
                        by the end of their first year, they will have to
                        leave the university.

http://www.csumathsuccess.org/students_talk/jason-video
                        Alternatives to the EAP

         Mathematics Proficiency                      English Proficiency

SAT I     550 or more on the math portion   SAT I    550 or more or more on the
                                                     Reasoning Test
SAT II    550 or more on Level IC or IIC
          of the math portion               SAT II   680 or more on the Writing Test

ACT       23 or more on the math portion    ACT      24 or more on the English Test

AP        3 or more on AP Calculus          AP       3 or more on AP Language and
          or Statistics                              Comp. or Literature and Comp.
                  Data Coach Tips (1.5 hr release time)
                Maria Carrillo High School, Sonoma County
1. Give every math & English teacher a
   copy of their class roster with the names
   of students who took EAP highlighted
                                                  As far as how others can share the info, I would
2. Each counselor will receive the same           have them:
   information for her/his counselees. In
   case there are students who are condition-      1.   Maintain close contact with the English
                                                        and math teachers at their site;
   ally exempt but not enrolled in a math class
   as a senior - hopefully, they will counsel
                                                   2.   Use every venue to share data
   such students to enroll in math immediately.         (e.g., school newsletter, staff meetings,
                                                        department meetings, etc.)
3. Meet with English and math department
   chairs to discuss EAP results & and how         3.   College bound students must understand
   to share the info. with their departments.           they have everything to gain and nothing
   Discuss results’ implications, how to                to lose in participating in the EAP.
   increase the number of students taking the
   EAP, and how to have more students
   achieve exempt status.
           Proficiency One Year later
The CSU has become very successful in helping remedial
students achieve proficiency in mathematics and English
              during their freshman year.

    The number of students fully prepared for both
    mathematics and English by the second year of
         enrollment reached an all time high
              of 19,734 or 83% in 2006.
New Essay Scoring and Administration

Beginning Spring 2007, students are
no longer required to fill in a “bubble”
to guide the scoring of English EAP
tests. All essays will be scored as long
as one EAP item on the multiple-choice
test is completed.

We heard your request- “Get results back
faster.” The EAP Essay administration
window was moved up in 2007, and will
also be moved up in 2008.

The EAP essays must be administered
between March 4-31, 2008.
   NEW EAP Results Reporting

EAP results are now included in the
STAR Student Report. As a result,
EAP scores will no longer be mailed to
student homes or provided directly to
the students.

Schools will still receive:
 • EAP Data File - a CD-ROM
    containing student results
 • EAP Data File layout – a description
    of the fields included on the data file
 • EAP District Reports – inside a
    green folder. There is a district
    report for each subject area tested.
    NEW - View results online

By following a simple five-step
process, students can determine
their English and mathematics
EAP status and get step-by-step
advice for preparing for the CSU.

http://www.csumathsuccess.org/eap_results


Note: Students must bubble
where it says the CSU can
receive their results, other-wise the
results will not be available online.
        EAP Results Web Site

   The new EAP website has been
   updated to look like the STAR data
   reported on the CDE website.

   The site now reports:

    •   EAP report information by
        county, district, and school;

    •   Subgroups such as English
        Language fluency, economic
        status, parent education,
        ethnicity, gender and disability.

http://eap.ets.org/eap2006/viewreport.asp
                                        ERWC Online Registration
                                        http://www.calstate.edu/eap/support_hs_teachers.shtml
                                              Expository Reading and
                                              Writing Course (ERWC)
CSUEB RIAP Online Registration
https://tepd.ucop.edu/CSUEB_RIAP_2007

Reading Institute for
Academic Preparation (RIAP)
                        The Feedback Is Great!
    Reading Institute for                   Expository Reading and
    Academic Preparation (RIAP)             Writing Course (ERWC)

•   The reading strategies, being able to   •This was an excellent workshop.
    to try them out as we learn them.       It provided an engaging curriculum
    The books are excellent!                and ideas for lots of great learning
                                            activities;
•   Learning more about the EAP and
    requirements for CSU students;          •This was a great professional
                                            development session. Thank you
•   Reading the article “The High           for providing high school teachers
    School/College Disconnect”;             with great training and materials;

•   The importance of students              •Great materials! Perfect for our
    participating in the EAP.               seniors.
    Thank you
for your continued
  support of the
 Early Assessment
     Program!

				
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