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389.187 Academic, career, and personal and social development. 389.684 Schools prohibited from reducing or reevaluating credits transferred from another school. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, a pupil is eligible to take the college and career readiness assessment administered pursuant to NRS 389.807 if the pupil has completed at least 11 units of credit or 4 semesters of high school. If a pupil has an academic plan which projects that the pupil will graduate from high school before becoming eligible to take the college and career readiness assessment pursuant to subsection 1, the pupil may submit a written request to take the assessment to the superintendent of schools of the school district or the governing body of the charter school in which the pupil is enrolled. (b) For grades 5 and 8, the criterion-referenced examinations in writing and science. An examination that is administered to assess the achievement and proficiency of pupils in this State must: (a) If the examination is administered pursuant to NRS 389.550, measure the achievement and proficiency of pupils in the standards of content established by the Council to Establish Academic Standards for Public Schools, as adopted by the State Board of Education pursuant to NRS 389.520; (b) If the examination is an end-of-course examination, measure the achievement and proficiency of pupils in the subjects set forth in subsection 1 of NRS 389.018 and NAC 389.6552; (c) Be designed so that data relating to past and future trends of the examination scores of pupils may be compiled; (d) Measure the specific knowledge and skills or level of achievement and proficiency that it was designed to measure; (e) Be fair to all potential examinees and, insofar as practicable, be designed to account for differences among the examinees in their gender, culture and primary language; and (f) Be useful in determining the achievement and proficiency of a pupil relative to a particular level of achievement and proficiency. The costs of such an examination must not exceed the appropriations made by the Legislature for the administration of the examination. The results of such an examination must be reported in a manner that: (a) Is clear to parents and teachers; and (b) Avoids the use of technical terms. The Department shall provide a program of professional development for teachers relating to the interpretation of the results of such an examination. (b) To the extent necessary for the performance of the duties of a person described in this paragraph, disclosure may be made to a: (1) State officer who is a member of the Executive or Legislative Branch of State Government; or (2) Superintendent of schools, director of curriculum or director of testing of a school district. The board of trustees of each school district and the governing body of each charter school shall ensure that the employees of the school district or charter school, respectively, who have access to the materials necessary to administer the examinations required by NRS 389.550 and 389.805 are familiar with: (a) The provisions of this section and NRS 389.600 to 389.648, inclusive; and (b) Any instructions that are issued by the Department relating to the confidentiality of those materials. Except as otherwise provided in this section, a person shall not make or distribute copies of the questions contained in the examinations required by NRS 389.550 and 389.805 or the approved answers used for grading them unless that person has received written authorization to do so from the publisher of the examination and the Department. Before the examinations required by NRS 389.550 and 389.805 are distributed to the schools in which the examinations will be administered, the board of trustees or the governing body shall ensure that the materials used to administer the examinations and the approved answers used for grading them are stored in such a manner that only those persons to whom the materials and answers may be disclosed pursuant to this section have access to them. The secure examination materials that are used to administer the examinations required by NRS 389.550 and 389.805 must not be distributed to the schools in which the examinations will be administered until such time as is necessary to allow the schools adequate time to prepare to administer the examinations. The principal of each school to which an examination is delivered shall ensure that: (a) The questions contained in the examination are stored in a secure location and are not distributed until the examination is administered; and (b) The materials used to administer the examination are stored in a secure manner before the end of the day on which the examination is administered. On or before September 15 of each year, the principal of each public school and charter school, respectively, shall submit to the Department a statement that the principal will ensure that the school complies with the provisions of this section, the provisions of NRS 389.600 to 389.648, inclusive, and any instructions issued by the Department relating to the confidentiality of testing materials. 12-10-97; A by R065-99, 11-3-99; R072-01, 11-7-2001; R061-14, ) 1. 389.183 World language at the advanced-high proficiency level. 389.678 Summer school units applicable toward graduation. 389.682 Requirements for graduation for pupils transferring to Nevada high school. Except as otherwise provided in this subsection, the examinations and assessment must be administered in the spring semester on the dates specified by the Department, as follows: (a) For grades 3 through 8, the criterion-referenced examinations in reading and mathematics as provided in NAC 389.061. 11-3-99; A by R072-01, 11-7-2001; R072-01, 11-7-2001, eff. The questions contained in any end-of-course examination and the approved answers used for grading the examination are confidential, and disclosure is unlawful except: (a) To the extent necessary to administer and evaluate the examination. 389.181 World language at the advanced-mid proficiency level. HIGH SCHOOL Required Courses of Study 389.450 Prescribed courses of study for graduation. 389.4645 Common Core State Standards for mathematics. 389.676 Credit for sectarian religious courses not allowed. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the board of trustees of each school district and the governing body of each charter school, respectively, shall administer the examinations and assessment required by NRS 389.550, 389.805 and 389.807 in each public school in that district and each charter school which has the appropriate grades. 389.179 World language at the advanced-low proficiency level. Instruction: Fourth Grade 389.2931 Common Core Standards for English language arts. Requirements for Promotion to High School 389.445 Required units of credit; pupils with disabilities; pupils who transfer between schools; recognition of certain programs of homeschool study. 389.4612 Common Core Standards for English language arts. 389.674 Credit for equivalent experience outside campus or program.
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