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Oroville Union High School District/Oroville Adult

California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) Remediation Compendium.
Organization Name:

Oroville Union High School District/Oroville Adult Education

Remediation Program Title:

CAHSEE Preparation for Adult Students

Subject Matter:

English-Language Arts and Math

Abstract:

Oroville Adult Education has four practices that assist adult students in preparing for the CAHSEE:

  • Test preparation sessions held two weeks prior to the CAHSEE administration for English-language arts (ELA) and one week prior to the CAHSEE administration for math
  • Fulfillment of algebra requirement in a classroom setting
  • Use of EMPOWER software that uses CAHSEE released test questions and students work on them on a daily basis. The software tracks student progress.
Target Audience:

Adult students

Typical Instructional Setting:

Classroom/computer lab

Diagnostic Assessment Used:
  • Administration of the Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System in mathematics and reading
  • Passage of one or both portions of the CAHSEE prior to enrollment, in addition to the student’s score
  • Passage of one or both portions of the CAHSEE following enrollment, in addition to the student’s score
Curriculum Used:
  • California High School Exit Examination ELA and math released test questions
  • How to Prepare for the CAHSEE: ELA and Math (Barron’s)
  • Roadmap to the California High School Exit Exam: ELA and Math (Princeton Review)
  • Test blueprints (CDE Web site)
Contact Information:

Dwayne Robinson
Assistant Superintendent
Oroville Union High School District
78 Table Mountain Boulevard
Oroville, CA 95965
530-538-5350
drobinso@ouhsd.org

Questions:   High School and Physical Fitness Assessment Office | cahsee@cde.ca.gov | 916-445-9449
Last Reviewed: Friday, May 20, 2016
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