Comprehend OCCT FAQs

The Comprehend OCCT Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) addresses commonly asked questions concerning OCCT data and its use and analysis in Comprehend.
  1. What is OCCT Data?

    Oklahoma Core Curriculum Tests - are a series of tests that make up the Oklahoma School Testing program (OSTP) for the criterion-referenced Grade 3 through 8 and secondary level End-of-Instruction (EOI) tests. We now refer to the state-mandated performance tests as the OCCT 3-8 and EOI tests.

    The Oklahoma Core Curriculum Test is intended for the majority of the students. This assessment is given to regular education students, students who are on an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or a 504 Plan, and English Language Learners (ELL). It may be given either with or without approved accommodations.
  2. What is OMAAP data?

    The Oklahoma Modified Alternate Assessment Program (OMAAP) is comprised of assessments developed and administered to meet the federal regulations outlined in Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Specifically, Title I mandates that “State assessments shall be aligned with the State’s challenging content and student performance standards and provide coherent information about student attainment of such standards.”

    The modified assessments are intended for “gap” students for whom the OCCT assessments are inappropriate. For Grades 3-8, the modified assessments will provide information on grade level student academic performance in specified areas of knowledge and skills in Reading, Mathematics, and Science content in relation to PASS based on modified achievement standards. Likewise, high school End-of-Instruction modified assessments will provide student performance on the subjects of Algebra I, English II, Biology I, and U.S. History.

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