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Waiver of State Testing Apportionment Report

The following are examples of language that has previously been used when state board has considered state testing apportionment report waivers.

To Waive the STAR, CAHSEE, CELDT, and CAASPP

The following are examples of language that has previously been used when SBE has considered State Testing Apportionment Report waivers.

STAR – CCR, Title 5, Section 862(b)(2)(A)  …postmarked by December 31

CAHSEE – CCR, Title 5, Section 1225(b)(2)(A)  …postmarked by December 31…

CELDT – CCR, Title 5, Section 11517.5(b)(1)(A)  …postmarked by December 31…

CAASPP – CCR, Title 5, Section 862(b)(2)(A)  …postmarked by March 1

The following preceding items/language contain strike-out and indicate the exact language being waived but is still valid: Section 862(b)(2)(A) …postmarked by December 31…, Section 1225(b)(2)(A) …postmarked by December 31…, Section 11517.5(b)(1)(A) …postmarked by December 31…, and Section 862(b)(2)(A) …postmarked by March 1….

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Last Reviewed: Monday, March 7, 2016

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