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EOCTEnd-Of-Course Test
EOCTEndoscopic Optical Coherence Tomography
EOCTEnd of Cycle Test (US Army)
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During the academic year 2013-14, the end-of-course test pass rates for students in GAVS earning a 70% or higher was significantly higher (see Figure 2) than those in the state taking the same courses in a traditional classroom setting.
The decline in end-of-course test performance implies that students' risk of failing the course increase when they are accelerated.
As part of the movement to assess student achievement, the state of Georgia requires that each of eight core high school courses is accompanied by a high-stakes end-of-course test (EOCT).
These instruments were used because all students are required to take the end-of-course tests for graduation, thus providing a large sample.
Selected items presented in the 18 appendixes that constitute approximately 60% of the document are as follows: a field guide to lead paint safety; information about key HUD requirements regarding lead-based paint; a pamphlet on protecting families against lead; information about insurance and business issues; an overview of pertinent Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards; selected OSHA documents; end-of-course test and test answers; sample forms; and trainer presentation exercises.
Student test data was obtained from the Tennessee Gateway assessment end-of-course test in Algebra 1.
Keystone Exams are administered in high school -- and possibly in middle school, too, depending upon when the keystone courses were completed -- as end-of-course tests in algebra, biology and English literature.
It also expands Prepworks' Learning Positioning System (LPS), currently focussed on seventh to twelfth grade End-of-Course Tests, into the critical developmental lower grades.
(20) Incorporating scores on end-of-course tests into measuring school performance would be one strategy for mitigating such unintended consequences.
She viewed the committee's consensus on tying the end-of-course tests to national readiness standards as its most significant proposal.
The thirteen contributions that make up the main body of the text cover evidence-centered design, validity and accountability, the design and development of end-of-course tests for student assessment and teacher evaluation, and a variety of other related subjects.