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California Department of Education
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Release: #14-34
April 8, 2014
Contact: Pam Slater
E-mail: communications@cde.ca.gov
Phone: 916-319-0818

Smarter Balanced Assessments Field Test Update Through April 4

Week Two of Smarter Balanced Field Test

  • Students beginning testing (cumulative): 228,500.
  • Students completing testing (cumulative): 143,900.
  • Average daily number of calls to California Technical Assistance Center (CalTAC) for Week 2: 637.
  • Trending topics of calls to CalTAC: assistance with updating test settings for individual students; local educational agencies requesting changes to test schedule; password resets.

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Tom Torlakson — State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Communications Division, Room 5206, 916-319-0818, Fax 916-319-0100

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