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  • The Assessment Section will be conducting school site visits during the statewide assessment testing windows this spring to observe test administrations. School Test Coordinators and Test Administrators may find additional information about these site visits in the official HIDOE announcement memo here.

    Added April 20, 2018
  • The TIDE system has added the “Discrepancy Resolution System” (DRS) feature in the “Data Management” dropdown to help users identify non-participated students at their schools. Users should use this feature to enter the applicable “Reasons for Non-Participation (non-participation code)” for each student and test. Once every student on this list generated in the DRS has a non-participation code, there should be no names left to view. To access the DRS, select the "Data Management" dropdown and then click "Discrepancy Resolution." For additional information on how to use the DRS, please refer to the HSAP TIDE User Guide 2017-2018.

    Added April 16, 2018
  • The Hawaii DOE Assessment Section is currently seeking applications from retired educators to serve as Assessment Monitors. Applications must be received by Monday, April 9, 2018, 5:00 p.m. Please click the button on the right-hand side of the Smarter Balanced portal home page to access the online application form, or click here to access the form directly. Full information about the Assessment Monitor program including the April 11th training and on-site monitoring, can be found in the official HIDOE announcement memo here.

    Added April 3, 2018
  • EOC Exam Eligibility is currently set for the Spring 2018 testing window in TIDE. Test Coordinators should log in to TIDE and verify that all students scheduled to take an EOC Exam during the Spring testing window have had their eligibility correctly selected.

    Added April 2, 2018
  • Update (4/2): The search service on the Digital Library is back online. Original Post (3/30): The search service on the Digital Library is presently not working. The outage started at approximately 4:20 p.m. Pacific time on Thursday, March 29th. All other Digital Library features continue to function. The Smarter Balanced Operations team is currently diagnosing the problem. AIR will post another announcement once an update has been received from the Digital Library team.

    Added March 30, 2018
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