Ohio’s State Tests – English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies
Rescores and Verifications Window
Districts will have an opportunity to submit rescore and verification requests until April 11
. Review the instructions on the portal under Rescores and Verifications Guidance Document
District test coordinators can submit rescore
requests in TIDE if they believe the student’s score does not reflect expected student achievement. There is a $25 charge for processing each rescore request unless the rescore results in a score change.
District test coordinators can submit verification
(1) The district believes the student tested and did not receive a score; or
(2) The district believes a score was incorrectly assigned to a student. Review the instructions for submitting verification requests on the portal under Rescores and Verifications Guidance Document
Districts must ensure all participating students are preidentified in TIDE in advance of the test window and have the appropriate subject mode field set to “O” for online and “P” for paper. All students, regardless of test mode, must be preidentified by April 26 for English language arts tests and May 10 for mathematics, science and social studies tests.
Refer to the Guidance Document for 2018-2019 Ohio Pre-ID Files
on the portal for more information.
Please note that for spring 2019, there are two test windows
; one for the English language arts tests and one for the mathematics, science and social studies tests. Districts will schedule their 15-consecutive-school-day English language arts test administrations during March 25-April 26
. Districts will schedule their 15-consecutive-school-day mathematics, science and social studies test administrations April 1-May 10
. Make-up testing must be completed within each of the district’s 15-consecutive-school-day test windows. The Important Dates page
on the portal includes a summary of key dates.
At the request of districts, AIR has added nine new optional
student attributes to TIDE. These fields allow districts to indicate when a student is considered a retester for an end-of-course subject. There is one attribute for each end-of-course subject, except Physical Science. These fields can be edited or added like other student attributes or uploaded using a new feature of TIDE. This data will be reported back to districts in the student results files in ORS. These fields will be available, along with the new upload feature, later in February. Watch for future communication with additional details.
Score Report Labels
Districts that wish to receive a set of spring 2019 Ohio’s State Tests score report labels must access the Score Report Label Requests task in the Ohio’s State Tests 2018-2019 administration in TIDE, select “Yes,” and click “Save” by May 10
. All districts automatically receive printed Family Reports. If your district does not want to receive score report labels, no action is required.