CELDTCalifornia English Language Development Test
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05 Group 1 Group 2 Euclid Elementary 805 Tubman K-5 794 Iftin K-5 781 Ibarra Elementary 765 Oak Park 758 Rolando Park 747 Fay Elementary 742 Marshall Elementary 700 Table 6 Comparison of CELDT Scores for the 2010-2011 School Year Performance Level IFTIN K-8 TUBMAN K-8 SIMILAR SDUSD K-8 SCHOOLS K-8 Advanced 12.
The CELDT incorporates the following stages of ELD: Beginner (CALP 1), Early Intermediate (CALP 2), Intermediate (CALP 3), Early Advanced (CALP 4), and Advanced (CALP 5).
The low reader who did not respond on the measure was one of the students who reportedly had "intermediate fluency" on the CELDT, but the other three were not considered English learners by the school's method of testing.
Results from the CELDT test also inform a school as to the appropriate class in which the student must be placed.
Students of lower CELDT [California English Language Development Test] (1, 2, and 3) benefited more from the interventions than students of higher CELDT levels (4 and 5).
Another area of need which was made evident through the CELDT [California English Language Development Test], IRI, and Slosson [Slosson Intelligence Test] was reading comprehension.
The CELDT is the California state assessment which monitors ELL growth from year to year.
To accomplish this, the researcher gathered CELDT scores of entire English language mainstream EL who were enrolled in first grade for the 2006-2007 school year and who maintained enrollment in the same district for second grade in the fall of 2007-2008 school year at a Unified School District (USD).
of ELs CELDT Intro Expand/ Apply CA ELD Intro Expand Stands.