District Test Coordinator: Danny Pittman

Toolkit & Video Now Available to Help Educators, Families Talk About Test Results

The Oklahoma State Department of Education has prepared a toolkit to help educators and families talk about upcoming state test results and how they reflect changes in Oklahoma’s assessments.

The 4-minute video, “What Families Need to Know About New Test Results,” explains to families and stakeholders why this year is a TOTAL RESET.

In the six-page document “Giving Oklahoma Students a Competitive Edge: Frequently Asked Questions, Test Results 2017,” we provide answers to the most-asked questions we’ve encountered from educators, parents and community leaders.

To access additional resources, visit our Assessment Guidance page

This FAQ guide will help you and your teachers be more confident in understanding the changes in assessments and in addressing questions from parents.

Important dates:

  • Oct. 11: District Test Coordinators receive district-level OSTP results
  • Nov. 27: Districts begin receiving paper student/parent reports