End-of-Course Exams

State Developed – Science and Social Studies

The state superintendent and the chancellor, in consultation with faculty in the appropriate subject areas at institutions of higher education of the university system of Ohio, will jointly select a series of end-of-course examinations in the areas of science, mathematics, English language arts, American history, and American government.

For each subject area, the state superintendent and chancellor shall select multiple assessments that school districts, public schools, and chartered nonpublic schools may use as end-of-course examinations: Physical Science, Biology, Algebra I and II and Geometry (or integrated Mathematics 1, 2 and 3), English language arts 1, 2 and 3, American history, and American government.

Subject to Ohio Revised Code 3301.0712 (B)(3)(b), those assessments shall include nationally recognized subject area assessments, such as advanced placement examinations, SAT subject tests, international baccalaureate examinations, and other assessments of college- and work-readiness.

Last Modified: 6/12/2014 1:28:51 PM