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Divisions > Accountability, Assessment, and Data Systems
Overview
  

The Division of Accountability, Assessment, and Data Systems administers the Maryland School Performance Program’s annual Report Card.  The Maryland School Performance Program requires the collection of data on an annual basis to provide accountability on the state, school system, and school levels.  The analysis and interpretation of these data provide the basis for school improvement efforts at each level.

 

The Division delivers the annual student assessments—Maryland School Assessment, Alternate Maryland School Assessment, and the Maryland High School Assessments and provides information management, data analysis and interpretation services.

In Focus
Maryland Performance Report
Data used to measure school performance with three new achievement levels of basic, proficient and advanced aligned to statewide standards.

The Division is responsible for the collaborative effort of several divisions within the Department and local school systems for the development, administration, scoring and reporting of all assessments, as well as providing support in monitoring adherence to test security requirements.

The Division maintains the Education Data Warehouse and is responsible for the collection of data from local school systems and other entities; the validation, definition, and maintenance of multi-year data in accordance with Department and Division policies and procedures to assure data quality and accessibility.


Contact Information
Maryland State Department of Education
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Maryland State Department of Education
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
 Accountability, Assessment, and Data Systems
Overview
2003-2004 Alternate Maryland School Assessment
HSA Technical Reports
Maryland Standard Setting Technical Reports
Modified HSA Technical Reports
MSA Science Technical Reports
MSA Technical Reports
Staff and Student Publications
State Test Administration and Security Committee Fact Sheet
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