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Subchapter 3.75. California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (Caaspp). Article 2. Achievement Tests and Any Primary Language Test. Pupil Testing.   

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(a) LEAs shall administer the achievement tests and may administer the primary language test pursuant to Education Code section 60640 to each eligible pupil enrolled in an LEA on the date testing begins in the pupil's school or LEA.

(b) No later than start of the 2014-2015 school year, for the purposes of the CAASPP assessment system, a charter school which is not an LEA as defined in Education Code section 60603(o) shall test with, dependent on, the LEA that granted the charter or was designated the oversight agency by the State Board of Education (SBE).

(c) LEAs shall make arrangements for the testing of all eligible pupils in alternative education programs or programs conducted off campus, including, but not limited to, non-classroom based programs, continuation schools, independent study, community day schools, county community schools, juvenile court schools, or NPSs.

(d) No test may be administered in a home or hospital except by a test examiner. No test shall be administered to a pupil by the parent or guardian of that pupil. This subdivision does not prevent classroom aides from assisting in the administration of the test under the supervision of a test examiner, provided that the classroom aide does not assist his or her own child, and that the classroom aide signs a security affidavit.

Authority cited:

Education Code 33031

Education Code 60605

Education Code 60640


Education Code 47651

Education Code 48645.1

Education Code 60603

Education Code 60605

Education Code 60640

(Amended by Register 2014, No. 35.)