View & Edit Students: Overview

Use the View & Edit screens to search and view information for an individual student including the student’s profile information.

Figure 1. View & Edit Students

To access the View & Edit Students screen, select the [Students] navigation tab in the navigation bar (figure 1).

The following links provide information about searching, viewing, or editing a student’s profile:

Search for a Student

Use the View & Edit Students screen to search for and view an individual student’s demographic information.

  • Enter information using the standard search criteria and select the [SEARCH] button (figure 2). A list of students matching the search terms is displayed. If no search terms are entered, a list of students associated with the current user’s organization is displayed.
  • To clear all the search terms and start over, select the [CLEAR] button.

    Figure 2. “Search for Students”

A list of all students whose demographic information matches the search terms entered is displayed in the results area (figure 3). If no search terms are entered into any field, the search results show a list of all students.

  • Select the [View] magnifying glass [] icon to the right of a student’s name to view that student’s information. The student’s details are displayed on the View & Edit Students screen, under the [Demographics] tab.
  • Select the [Unlisted Resources] form [] icon to view the details of the unlisted resources for the student.

The Unlisted Resources field displays the status of an unlisted resource associated with the student, if applicable.

  • The [Approved] green check mark [] icon is displayed when the unlisted resource has been approved.
  • The [Submitted] orange check mark [] icon is displayed when the unlisted resource has been assigned but is not yet approved.
  • The [Unlisted Resources] form [] icon is displayed when the student has been assigned an unlisted resource.

Figure 3. “Search for Students” Results

Student Profile—Demographics Overview

The [Demographics] tab displays detailed information about the student selected, including SSID, responsible LEA and school, grade, date of birth, and primary language. Additional information, such as EL status and ethnicity, is displayed as well.

Figure 4 displays the top portion of the [Demographics] tab. Select the corresponding tab to move to other information about the student’s profile available here, which is:

  • Test Assignments
  • Test Settings
  • Unlisted Resources
  • Score Status
  • Reporting

Figure 4. [Demographics] Tab—Top Portion

The fields displayed on the [Demographics] tab are organized in two sections: “Details” and “Additional Information.” The “Details” section lists current information regarding school, grade, and other general information. The “Additional Information” lists EL status, ethnicity, disability, and special education information.

The “Details” section compares CALPADS information to the testing information in TOMS. Coordinators should check this information to ensure that students are reported properly for testing.

Student Profile—Test Assignments Overview

Use the [Test Assignments] tab to view or edit the current test assignments for a student as well as some of the student's demographic information as recorded in CALPADS.

Be aware of these important points about using the student test assignment function in TOMS:

  • Student test assignments do not carry over from year to year in TOMS.
  • Student data in CALPADS, including data in education programs (e.g., the special education or the Section 504 plan program), must be kept current to ensure that students remain eligible to take the correct assessment with the appropriate settings.
  • Any changes to a student’s CAASPP test assignments will be reflected in TOMS on the day following the requested change.
  • The Test Assignment Status displays “In Progress” until the test assignment is processed.
  • Once the test assignment has been processed, the Test Assignment Status displays “Assigned.”

The following links provide more information about student test assignments:

CAASPP Test Assignments

Use the [Test Assignments] tab of the View & Edit Students screen (figure 5) to do any of the following tasks:

Table 1 describes the columns included in the Current Active Test Assignments table.

Figure 5. CAASPP Current Active Test Assignments

Table 1. Information Displayed in the Current Active Test Assignments Table

Field Description
Test Program The test program for the current active test assignment (This field is view only.)
Test Assignment Status The status of the current active test assignment (The status can be only “In Progress” or “Assigned.” This field is view only.)
Test Delivery Mode The test delivery mode (This field is view only.)
Condition Code A condition code of NTE or PGE—if a condition code has been saved for the test assignment
Action The [COND. CODE] button, which can be used to edit or assign condition codes for a selected test

Add/Remove Additional CAASPP Test Assignments

Take the following steps to add or remove an additional CAASPP test assignment for the student:

  1. From the “Add/Remove Test Assignments” section (figure 6) of the [Test Assignments] tab, select or deselect the checkbox for the corresponding test to assign or unassign an additional test for the student.

    Figure 6. Add/Remove Test Assignments

  2. The Test Assignment pop-up is displayed (figure 7).
    • Select [YES] to save the test assignment.
    • Select [NO] to close the pop-up without saving the change.

    Figure 7. Test Assignment Pop-Up

  3. Select the [SAVE] button (figure 8) to save the changes to the test assignments.
    • Select [Yes, Save Test Assignments] to save the changes.
    • Select [Cancel] to close the message without saving.

    Figure 8. Save Test Assignments

  4. Select the [CLOSE] button to close the confirmation message (figure 9).

    Figure 9. Assignments Saved

Edit or Assign a Condition Code

Take the following steps to assign a condition code for a CAASPP test assignment:

  1. In the “Action” column, select the [COND. CODE] button (figure 10).

    Figure 10. Test Assignments with Condition Code

  2. The “Select Condition Code” pop-up box is displayed:
    • Select a condition code from the Select Condition Code drop-down list. If a condition code has already been entered and needs to be removed, select the “blank” space from the drop-down list. The following values are available:
      • Blank—No condition code is assigned
      • NTE—Not tested due to significant medical emergency
      • PGE—Not tested due to Parent/Guardian exemption
    • To save the selection, select the [SAVE] button, and then select the [CLOSE] button.
    • To cancel, select the [CANCEL] button.

Edit Remote Testing Video Permissions

To edit the remote testing video permissions for a CAASPP test assignment, toggle the value of the Remote Testing Video Permission field (figure 11).

  • The default selection is “No” and indicates that the student does not have parent/guardian permission to be monitored via the student’s camera during the remote testing administration. Students with a value of “No” will not be allowed to participate in a remote administration for which video monitoring is required.
  • Select “Yes” to indicate that the student has parent/guardian permission to be monitored via the student’s camera during the remote testing administration. This field must show “Yes” for a student to take part in a remote test administration for which video monitoring is required.

Figure 11. Remote Testing Video Permission

ELPAC Test Assignments

Use the [Test Assignments] tab of the View & Edit Students screen (figure 12) to do the following:

Figure 12. Current ELPAC Test Assignments

Add/Remove Alternate ELPAC Test Assignment

Registration for the Summative ELPAC is created automatically on the basis of eligibility requirements. Users can change an eligible student’s test assignment from Summative ELPAC to Alternate ELPAC using the “Add/Remove Test Assignments” section of the [Test Assignment] tab.

Users can designate domain-level alternate assessments and exemptions for the Initial ELPAC. For Summative ELPAC, only domain exemptions can be designated. Domain exemptions cannot be designated for the Alternate ELPAC Operational Field Test. Assignment of the Alternate ELPAC to the student replaces the default assignment of the Summative ELPAC.

To be eligible for the Alternate ELPAC, a student must be an EL student whose IEP team has designated the use of an alternate assessment and must have an IDEA indicator of “Yes” from CALPADS.

Eligibility for the Alternate ELPAC will then be determined for students with an alternate assessment for whom each of the following applies:

  • ELAS (ELAS = EL)
  • Primary language code (PLC) is other than English or Sign Language (SGN)
  • Age is under 22 years
  1. From the “Add/Remove Test Assignments” section (figure 13) of the [Test Assignments] tab, select or deselect the checkbox for the corresponding test to assign or unassign the Alternate ELPAC for the student.

    Figure 13. Add/Remove Test Assignments

  2. The Test Assignment pop-up is displayed (figure 14).
    • Select [OK] to dismiss the pop-up.

    Figure 14. Save Test Assignment

  3. Select the [SAVE] button to save the changes to the test assignments (figure 15).
    • Select [Yes, Save Test Assignments] to save the changes.
    • Select [Cancel] to close the message without saving.

    Figure 15. Save Test Assignments

  4. Select the [CLOSE] button to close the confirmation message (figure 16).

    Figure 16. Assignments Saved

Edit ELPAC Test Assignment Domain Exemptions

Use the “Current Test Assignments” section of the [Test Assignments] tab to select or deselect domain exemptions for the student.

Selections for domain exemptions for both the domains in the same composite are not allowed. The composites are the following:

  • Oral language composite: Listening and Speaking domains
  • Written language composite: Reading and Writing domains

Domain exemptions are not available for the Alternate ELPAC.

To assign or remove domain exemptions for the Summative ELPAC test assignment, select or deselect the checkbox In the corresponding domain column (figure 17).

  • To save the selection, select the [SAVE] button (figure 18), and then select the [Yes, Save Test Assignments] button (figure 19).
  • To cancel the selection, select the [CANCEL] button.

Figure 17. Current Active Test Assignments

Figure 18. Completed Test Assignments

Figure 19. Save Test Assignments

Edit a Student’s Remote Testing Video Permission

To edit the remote testing video permissions for an ELPAC test assignment, toggle the value of the Remote Testing Video Permission field (figure 11).

  • The default is “No” and indicates that the student does not have parent/guardian permission to be monitored via the student’s camera during the remote testing administration. Students with a value of “No” will not be allowed to participate in a remote administration for which video monitoring is required.
  • Select “Yes” to indicate that the student has parent/guardian permission to be monitored via the student’s camera during the remote testing administration. This field must show “Yes” for a student to take part in a remote test administration for which video monitoring is required.

Student Profile—Test Settings Overview

Use the [Test Settings] tab to view or edit student test settings and accessibility resources.

  • Student test settings must be reestablished each administration year.
  • Student test settings should not be changed after a student has begun testing. If test settings need to be changed after a student has begun testing, an incident case may need to be filed in STAIRS.
    • For the Initial ELPAC, for which the LEA has 30 days to test the student, the LEA will have to pause the test, file a STAIRS case, and then change the test settings.
  • Accommodations and designated supports are available to a student only when determined for use by an educator or team of educators (with parent/guardian and student input, as appropriate) or specified in the student’s IEP or Section 504 plan.
  • Accommodations and designated supports must be permitted on CAASPP and ELPAC tests to all eligible students if specified in their IEP or Section 504 plan.

The following links provide more information:

CAASPP Test Settings Overview

For the CAASPP, accommodations and designated supports can be assigned for the following assessments, depending on the student’s test assignments:

  • Smarter Balanced ELA
  • Smarter Balanced Mathematics
  • CAST
  • CSA
  • CAA for ELA
  • CAA for Mathematics
  • CAA for Science

Edit CAASPP Test Settings for a Specific Student

If the student has a Special Education or Section 504 Plan setting of “Yes,” use the corresponding section as to edit accommodations and designated supports for a specific student. For information on searching for an individual student please refer to Search for a Student.

Figure 20 shows the information displayed in the “Embedded Accommodations” section. The “Non-Embedded Accommodations” and “Embedded and Non-Embedded Designated Supports” sections are displayed in TOMS after the “Embedded Accommodations” section and are in a similar format.

Figure 20. Embedded Accommodations

To assign the accommodation or support, in the Select Accessibility Resource column, select the checkbox associated with the accommodation. The checkbox of each test assigned to the student becomes selected.

  • Select the [UPDATE] button to save the selected accommodations and designated supports.
  • To confirm and save the test settings, select the [CLOSE] button.

ELPAC Test Settings Overview

For the ELPAC, accommodations and designated supports are assigned for the following assessments, depending on the student’s test assignments:

  • Initial ELPAC
  • Summative ELPAC
  • Alternate ELPAC

Edit ELPAC Test Settings for a Specific Student

If the student has a Special Education or Section 504 Plan setting of “Yes,” use the corresponding section to edit test settings for a specific student.

Figure 21 shows the information displayed in the “Embedded Accommodations” section. Figure 22 shows the information displayed in the “Non-Embedded Accommodations” section. The “Embedded and Non-Embedded Designated Supports” section is displayed in TOMS after the “Non-Embedded Accommodations” section and is in a similar format.

Figure 21. Embedded Accommodations for the ELPAC

Figure 22. Non-Embedded Accommodations for the ELPAC

To assign the accommodation or designated support for a test assignment, select the checkbox associated with the accommodation in the corresponding test’s column.

For accommodations that include a drop-down list, select the appropriate value from the list. Then do the following:

  • Select the [UPDATE] button to save the selected accommodations and designated supports.
  • To dismiss the popup, select the [CLOSE] button.

Student Profile—Unlisted Resources: Overview

Use the [Unlisted Resources] tab to view, edit, or add unlisted resources from a preapproved list or request other unlisted resources for a student.

Unlisted resources are not universal tools, designated supports, or accommodations. They are instructional supports identified in a student’s IEP or Section 504 plan that are regularly used by the student in daily instruction or on assessments but have not been previously classified as a universal tool, designated support, or accommodation.

The CDE will approve the use of other unlisted resources on the basis of the IEP or Section 504 plan team’s designation, and if the unlisted resource does not compromise the test’s integrity or security. Accommodations and designated supports are available to a student only when determined for use by an educator or team of educators (with parent/guardian and student input, as appropriate) or specified in the student’s IEP or Section 504 plan.

The California Assessment Accessibility Resources Matrix includes a list of unlisted resources that already have been identified as resources that change the construct of the assessment.

For accessibility resources that are required by a student’s IEP but are not included in the California Assessment Accessibility Resources Matrix, LEA and test site coordinators may submit a request for other unlisted resources to the CDE for approval by selecting the [Add Other Unlisted Resources] button from the [Unlisted Resources] tab.

For the CAASPP, test results for a student for whom approved unlisted resources changed the construct of what was being tested are not considered valid for aggregation of scores. The student will receive a score report with a footnote that the test was administered under conditions that resulted in a score that may not be an accurate representation of the student’s achievement. These results are not included in the aggregations on the public reporting website and are assigned the LOSS in calculations for the California Accountability Dashboard.

For the ELPAC, the student will receive the LOSS for the affected domain when approved unlisted resources changed the construct of what was being tested. The student will receive a score report with a footnote that the test was administered under conditions that resulted in a score that may not be an accurate representation of the student’s proficiency level. However, the student’s test results will still be used for aggregation of scores.

For more information on either of the following, select a link:

Figure 23 shows information included in the top of the [Unlisted Resources] tab.

The top of the Unlisted Resources tab of the student's profile.

Figure 23. Unlisted Resources—Top of Screen

CAASPP Unlisted Resources Overview

Request Unlisted Resources for CAASPP

The [Unlisted Resources] tab contains a table from which users can select one or more preapproved, non-embedded, unlisted resources for a student’s test assignment (figure 24). This table lists the available resources for each test for which the student is registered. If the unlisted resource listed in the left column of the table is available for a test, a checkbox is displayed under the column for the corresponding test. The unlisted resource is not available for tests with table cells that are grayed out.

The table can include the following tests, one per column, depending on the student’s test assignments:

  • Smarter Balanced Mathematics
  • Smarter Balanced ELA (Reading, Writing and Listening)

The pre-identified non-embedded Unlisted Resources table for CAASPP.

Figure 24. Unlisted Resources for the CAASPP

For step-by-step instructions about how to request pre-identified non-embedded Unlisted Resources see the Assign Pre-identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources (CAASPP and ELPAC) section.

ELPAC Unlisted Resources Overview

For ELPAC, the student will receive the LOSS for the affected domain when an approved unlisted resources changes the construct of what is being tested. However, the student’s test results will still be used for aggregation of scores.

Request Unlisted Resources for ELPAC

On the [Unlisted Resources] tab, users can select the student’s testing program to access the Unlisted Resources tables. The Testing Program list displays only the assessments assigned to the student (figure 25).

The top of the Unlisted Resources tab of the student's profile.

Figure 25. Unlisted Resources Testing Program Selection

The [Unlisted Resources] tab contains one or more tables from which users can select one or more preapproved, non-embedded, unlisted resources for a student’s test assignment (figure 26). One table per student test assignment is displayed, depending on the student’s test assignments.

  • Initial ELPAC
  • Summative ELPAC

Each table lists the available resources for the test by domain. If the unlisted resource listed in the left column of the table is available for the test’s domain, a checkbox is displayed under the column for the corresponding test domain. If the corresponding table cell is grayed out, the resource cannot be assigned to the student.

If the student does not yet have a test assigned, the table is not displayed for that test.

The pre-identified non-embedded Unlisted Resources table for ELPAC.

Figure 26. Unlisted Resources for the ELPAC

For instructions about how to request Pre-identified Nonembedded Unlisted resources see the Assign Pre-identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources (CAASPP and ELPAC) section.

Assign Pre-identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources (CAASPP and ELPAC)

Follow these steps to assign pre-identified, non-embedded unlisted resources for a either a CAASPP or ELPAC student or to assign unlisted resources for the CAAs or the Alternate ELPAC Operational Field test :

  1. Select the corresponding checkbox for each pre-identified, non-embedded unlisted resource needed for the student. Figure 27 displays the Pre-Identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources Table for CAASPP and figure 28 displays the Pre-Identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources Table for ELPAC.

    The Pre-Identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources Table for CAASPP.

    Figure 27. Pre-Identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources Table—CAASPP

    The Pre-Identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources Table for ELPAC.

    Figure 28. Pre-Identified Non-embedded Unlisted Resources Table—ELPAC

  2. Select the [IDENTIFY/EDIT] button from the “Student Needs” column to assign the student needs for the selected resource. This is required. From the “Student Needs” pop-up box, select all that apply and then:
    • [CANCEL]—To close the pop-up box without saving changes
    • [CLEAR PRE-IDENTIFIED UNLISTED RESOURCES]—To remove all selections
    • [OK]—To save the selections and close the pop-up box
  3. To add resources that were not included in the Predefined and Non-Embedded table, or to assign resources for the either the CAA or the Alternate ELPAC Operational Field Test, select the [ADD OTHER UNLISTED RESOURCE]. See the Request Other Unlisted Resources (CAASPP and ELPAC) section for details.

Request Other Unlisted Resources (CAASPP and ELPAC)

Before submitting a request for an unlisted resource, be sure to verify that the resource you want to request is not already listed in the California Assessment Accessibility Resources Matrix and allowed as part of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) and English Language Proficiency Assessments for California (ELPAC) for 2021–22. Follow these steps to assign resources that were not included in the Predefined and Non-Embedded table for a either a CAASPP or ELPAC student, or to assign resources for the either the CAA or the Alternate ELPAC Operational Field Test:

  1. To add resources that were not included in the Predefined and Non-Embedded table, or to assign resources for either the CAA or the Alternate ELPAC Operational Field Test, select the [ADD OTHER UNLISTED RESOURCE] button (figure 29).

    The 'ADD OTHER UNLISTED RESOURCES' button.

    Figure 29. [ADD OTHER UNLISTED RESOURCE] button

  2. If the [ADD OTHER UNLISTED RESOURCE] button was selected, the “Select Other Unlisted Resources” section is displayed (figure 30). Once a request for another unlisted resource has been saved, this section displays the list of other unlisted resources not included in the first table and the list of resources for use on the either the CAA or the Alternate ELPAC Operational Field Test by the student. In the sample displayed below one request for “Other Unlisted Resources” has been submitted for this student. Up to four other unlisted resources can be assigned for the student.
    • Select [ADD] to make a request for any of these resources.

    The 'Select Other Unlisted resources' section of the [Unlisted Resources] tab with 2 submitted requests.

    Figure 30. Other Unlisted Resources

  3. The Add/Edit Other Unlisted Resources screen (figure 31) is displayed where the request for these other resources can be selected.

    The 'Add/Edit Other Unlisted Resource' section of the [Unlisted resources] tab.

    Figure 31. Add/Edit Other Unlisted Resources

  4. In the “Select Assessment and Content Area” of the Add/Edit Other Unlisted Resources section of the screen, select the assessment and content area that applies (figure 32 and figure 33).

    The 'Select Assessment and Content Area' section for CAASPP.

    Figure 32. Select Assessment and Content Area—CAASPP

    The 'Select Assessment and Content Area' section for CAASPP.

    Figure 33. Select Assessment and Content Area—ELPAC

  5. In the “Student Need(s)” section of the Add/Edit Other Unlisted Resources screen, select all the student needs that apply (figure 34).

    The 'Select Student Needs' section.

    Figure 34. Select Student Needs

  6. In the “Information Regarding Unlisted Resources” section of the Add/Edit Other Unlisted Resources screen, enter all the information for the questions (figure 35).

    The 'Information Regarding Unlisted Resources' section.

    Figure 35. Information Regarding Unlisted Resources

  7. If the resource includes printed materials, such as a graphic organizer, use the “Upload Supporting Documents” section of the Add/Edit Other Unlisted Resources screen to attach supporting documents to the request for “Other Unlisted Resources” (figure 36). Do not upload the student's IEP or other confidential information.
  8. In the Select File to Upload field, select the [Browse] (Internet Explorer and Edge or Firefox) or [Choose File] (Chrome) button to navigate to the location—on the local device—of the file, and then select the file. Select the [UPLOAD] button to attach the document to the request.

    The 'Upload Supporting Documents' section.

    Figure 36. Uploading Supporting Documents

    Please read the following important information regarding uploading supporting documents:

    • All file formats can be uploaded and there is no limit to the size of the file or the number of files that can be uploaded.
    • All uploads are included on one page.
    • Once the request is submitted documents can no longer be uploaded or deleted from the request until it has been reviewed with a status of “Additional Information Required”.
    • Once documents are uploaded to the request, the [Unlisted Resources] tab displays a “Yes” in the “Document Uploaded” field of the Case ID table located in the “Select Other unlisted Resources” section.
  9. All uploaded supporting documents are displayed in a table in the “Upload Supporting Documents” section of the Add Other Unlisted Resources screen (figure 37)
    • Select the download [Down arrow icon] icon to download the supporting document to your device.
    • Select the trash can [trash can icon] icon to remove the supporting document from the request.

    The 'Upload Supporting Document' section after a document has been uploaded.

    Figure 37. Upload Supporting Documents

  10. Use the “Notes” section of the “Add Other Unlisted Resources” screen (figure 38) to chat with the reviewer about the request. Add additional notes as needed when submitting the request. The reviewer can respond to the note when reviewing the request.
  11. To enter a note, simply enter the note in the text box and then select the [ADD NOTES] button. All notes relevant to the request are displayed most recent to older.

    The 'Notes' section with two saved notes.

    Figure 38. Notes

    Please read the following important information regarding notes for the request:

    • Notes can be added by the requestor, LEA coordinator, or CDE.
    • Once the request is submitted the Notes feature is disabled for the requestor unless the CDE provides a status of “Additional Information Required.” In that case, the entire “Add or Edit Other Unlisted Resources” screen is again editable, including the Notes field.
    • When a note is added, an email notification is sent to the requestor, LEA coordinator, and CDE users.
      • If an LEA coordinator (or higher level role, except for CDE) adds the note, the email is sent to all LEA coordinators and all CDE users.
      • If a site coordinator adds a note, the email is sent to all site coordinators, all LEA coordinators, and all CDE users.
      • If a CDE user adds the note, the email is sent to all LEA coordinators only.
    • Once notes are added to the request the [Unlisted Resources] tab displays a “Yes” in the “Notes” field of the Case ID table located in the “Select Other unlisted Resources” section.
  12. Once the request for “Other Unlisted Resources” is completed, do one of the following:
    • Select [CANCEL] to close the “Add Other Unlisted Resources” screen without saving the changes.
    • Select [SAVE] to save the changes, close the “Add or Edit Other Unlisted Resource” screen and display the “Other Unlisted Resource” screen.
  13. After saving the request for other unlisted resources you must submit the request using the buttons located at the bottom of the [Unlisted Resources] tab (figure 39). This step will submit the entire request including the requests for pre-identified non-embedded unlisted resources and other unlisted resources.

  14. Before submitting the unlisted resources request, select the checkbox next to the affirmation statement, which is located at the bottom of the screen.
    • Select [CANCEL] to close the pop-up box without saving the changes.
    • Select [MAKE INACTIVE] to inactivate any previously submitted or approved unlisted resources.
    • Select [SAVE FOR LATER] to save the request and be able to return to it later.
    • Select [SUBMIT] to submit the completed request.

    The buttons available for the submission of unlisted resources.

    Figure 39. Submission of Unlisted Resources

  15. After the entire request has been submitted and the request for Other Unlisted Resources has been reviewed, the “status” is displayed in the “Select Other Unlisted Resources” section of the [Unlisted Resources] tab and can be one of the following (figure 40 and figure 41).

    • Draft—indicates the request has been saved in draft status. The request can still be updated in this status.
    • Submitted—indicates the request has been submitted. The request cannot be updated by the requestor in this status. It is locked until the reviewer provides and updated status.
    • Additional Information Required—indicates the reviewer has requested additional information. The request can be updated by the requestor and then resubmitted for approval.
    • Approved—indicates the request has been approved by the reviewer. The request cannot be updated.
    • Denied—indicates the request has been denied. The request cannot be updated.
    • UR Supported Under TOMS Test Settings—indicates this resources is already available from the [Test Settings] tab of the student’s profile.

    The 'Select Other Unlisted Resources' section in draft status.

    Figure 40. Other Unlisted Resources—Draft Status

    The 'Select Other Unlisted Resources' section in submitted status.

    Figure 41. Other Unlisted Resources—Submitted Status

  16. If the request requires more information before it can be approved the “Status” displays as “Additional Information Required” (figure 42). To provide the requested information select the pencil [pencil icon] icon, enter the information and then select the [SAVE] button for the request.

    The 'Select Other Unlisted Resources' section in Approved status.

    Figure 42. Other Unlisted Resources—Additional Information Required Status

  17. When the request for “Other Unlisted Resources” is completely approved the “Other Unlisted Resource” section of the [Unlisted Resources] tab is displayed with a status of “Approved” (figure 43).
  18. The 'Select Other Unlisted Resources' section with two requests; one in Approved status and the other in 'Submitted' status.

    Figure 43. Other Unlisted Resources—Approved Status

Student Profile—Score Status Overview

Use the [Score Status] tab to view the score status of each test that is assigned to the student and the list of Appeals entered for this student. The [Score Status] tab also displays some of the student's demographic information—as recorded in CALPADS.

The student's score status is displayed in the corresponding score status table. One table is displayed for each test that is assigned to the student.

The following links provide more information about student score status:

Student Score Status for CAASPP

The [Score Status] tab displays the student's score status in the corresponding score status table (figure 44). One table is displayed for each test that is assigned to the student.

Figure 44. Score Status for the CAASPP

The Condition Code field will show one of the following codes for each assessment.

  • INC0—Incomplete test (logged on, but no items were answered); assigned the LOSS (CAAs for ELA and mathematics only)
  • INC1—Incomplete test (fewer than four items were answered); assigned the LOSS+1 (CAAs for ELA and mathematics only)
  • LOSS—Lowest Obtainable Scale Score (Smarter Balanced for ELA and mathematics, CAST, and CSA only)
  • N/A—No code has been entered for the assessment
  • NEL—EL student enrolled in a US school less than 12 months (Smarter Balanced for ELA and mathematics and CAAs for ELA and mathematics only)
  • NER—Did not log on to each performance task (CAA for Science only)
  • NT—Not tested
  • NTE—Not tested due to significant medical emergency
  • PGE—Not tested due to Parent/Guardian exemption

The [Score Status] tab also displays a list of Appeals (figure 45) that have been submitted through STAIRS for the student. If no Appeals have been submitted for this student, the following message is displayed: “The student has no Appeals available or applicable.”

Figure 45. Most Recent Appeals

Student Score Status for ELPAC

The [Score Status] tab displays the student's score status in the corresponding Score Status table (figure 46). One table is displayed for each test that is assigned to the student.

The Summative ELPAC Score Status table

Figure 46. Score Status for the ELPAC

The Condition Code field shows one of the following codes for each assessment:

  • NT—Student was not tested.
  • ALT—Student was tested with an alternate assessment.
  • EXD—Student was marked exempt from any one domain.

The [Score Status] tab displays the student’s score settings in the corresponding Score Settings table (figure 47). One table is displayed for each test that is assigned to the student.

The Summative ELPAC Score Settings table.

Figure 47. Summative ELPAC Score Settings

The [Score Status] tab also displays a list of Appeals (figure 48) that have been submitted through STAIRS for the student. If no Appeals have been submitted for this student, the following message is displayed: “The student has no Appeals available or applicable.”

Figure 48. Most Recent Appeals for ELPAC

Student Profile—Reporting Overview

Use the [Reporting] tab to view a specific student's score reporting options as well as to update the SSR language settings. The list of tests that are assigned for that student can be edited on the [Test Assignments] tab.

For student profile reporting:

  • Changes made to the reporting options for the corresponding LEA or school on the Organizations [Reporting] tab will override the existing settings for a student; the most recent changes will always override older ones. If a student's reporting settings have been overridden by a more recent change for the student’s school or LEA, the student's reporting settings can be reset on the student’s [Reporting] tab.
  • The video SSR selection is applicable only to the Summative ELPAC.
  • LEAs must notify CalTAC to change the video selection.

The following links provide more information about student reporting settings.

Student Reporting Options for the CAASPP

To update the reporting options, make the selections, and then select the [UPDATE] button to save the changes to the SSR language settings.

The following student’s reporting options can be updated:

  1. Reporting Option: SSR Language—Select a language from the list of supported languages. The language selected should match the student's primary language as saved in CALPADS. The choices are as follows:
    • Chinese (Traditional)
    • English
    • Filipino
    • Spanish
    • Vietnamese

Figure 49 shows the fields displayed on the [Reporting] screen.

Figure 49. Reporting Screen for CAASPP

Student Reporting Options for the ELPAC

To update the reporting options, make the selections, and then select the [UPDATE] button to save the changes to the SSR language settings.

The following student’s reporting options can be updated:

  1. Reporting Option: SSR Language—Select the language from the list of supported languages. The language selected should match the student's primary language as saved in CALPADS. The choices are as follows:
    • Chinese (Traditional)
    • English
    • Filipino
    • Spanish
    • Vietnamese

Figure 50 shows the fields displayed on the [Reporting] screen.

Figure 50. Reporting for ELPAC