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    ESD 113
    Attn: COE
    6005 Tyee Dr. SW
    Tumwater, WA 98512

    Districts are responsible for the shipping costs.  You may use any carrier of your choice, however you must utilize a tracking method to guarantee safe delivery of assessment materials. In addition, it is advisable to retain a copy of the student work at the district level. ESD 113 is open from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm daily to receive deliveries.  
     
    If you have questions regarding shipping, please contact COE customer service at coe@esd113.k12.wa.us or 360-464-6708.

     

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Applications to score the COE are now being accepted. Teachers currently under contract with a school district click here to apply. All other applicants click here to apply. For dates and more information, click here.
 
A transition statement and calendar for the new COE can be found at: http://coe.k12.wa.us/domain/59

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The Collection of Evidence (COE) is a state approved alternative assessment.

 

The COE is an evaluation of a set of work samples based on classroom work, prepared by the student, with instructional support from a teacher. Passing a COE satisfies the assessment requirement for a specific content area and will contribute to earning a Certificate of Academic Achievement. This option is one of several available to Washington State high school students to fulfill assessment graduation requirements. Students must meet eligibility criteria to access the COE.

Students may submit a COE in Reading, Writing, Mathematics and/or Biology. Eligibility to submit a COE requires a student to have taken the applicable content area assessment one time without meeting standard prior to submitting a collection. See the COE Guidelines for 2014-2015 policies.

Collections must meet eligibility and sufficiency requirements to qualify for scoring. For eligibility requirements students should talk to their teacher and/or counselor.

 

COE Scores Needed to Meet Standard:

 

COE Scores

Points Possible

Meet Standard

Basic*

Reading

96

72

64

Writing

24

17

13

Math - Year 1

32

24

21

Math - Year 2

24

14

11

Biology

56

41

30

 

Use of a Basic score is designed for student receiving special education services where a student’s IEP team has determined the lower score appropriate for fulfilling the graduation requirement.

 

For the 2014-2015 school year, the submission deadlines are:

 

Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Biology

Who may submit

Scores on WAMS

January 28, 2015

Students in the 2015 or earlier graduation cohort

Subsequent collections
All score appeals

March 25, 2015 -

Reading, Writing, 
Mathematics and Biology
April 29, 2015 Subsequent submissions for students in the 2015 or earlier graduation cohort May 29, 2015

June 10, 2015

All students who meet the eligibility requirements

Subsequent collections 
All score appeals

July 24, 2015 -

Reading and Writing
August 14, 2015 -Mathematics and Biology

 

For information about other CAA Options: http://www.k12.wa.us/assessment/GraduationAlternatives/default.aspx