State Standards and Assessments

Oklahoma Standards and Assessments

There are downloadable files listed below the table:

SubjectStandardsAssessments
English Language ArtsPASS (2010)OCCT: PASS
Grades 3-8, English II, English III
MathematicsPASS (2009)OCCT:  PASS
Grades 3-8, Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry
SciencePASS (2011) Grades 5, 8, and Biology I
OAS (2014) All other grades and subjects
OCCT:  PASS
Grades 5, 8, and Biology I
Social StudiesOAS (2014)*OCCT:  OAS
Grades 5, 7, 8, and American History
Fine ArtsOAS (2014)District-created: OAS
Visual Arts and General Music Grades 3-8
Personal Financial LiteracyPASS (2008)Required for graduation
World LanguagesOAS (2015)Required for ACE graduation
Health/Safety and Physical EducationPASSNo state assessment
Pre-K and KindergartenPASS - PreK
PASS - Kindergarten
No state assessment
Information Literacy IntegratedPASSNo state assessment
Instructional Technology IntegratedISTENo state assessment
Technology Education IntegratedPASSNo state assessment
 PASS - Priority Academic Student Skills
OAS - Oklahoma Academic Standards
ISTE - International Society for Technology in Education
OCCT - Oklahoma Core Curriculum Test

*These standards do contain references to the Common Core Social Studies reading and writing literacy skills. In 2014, House Bill 3399 repealed Common Core standards for Oklahoma.  By operation of law, the references to Common Core in the Social Studies subject standards are no longer in effect, but all other elements of the standards apply in their entirety.

 

What Oklahoma Academic Standards Do

  • Do focus on deep thinking, conceptual understanding, and real‐world problem solving skills
  • Do set expectations for students to be College, Career, and Citizenship ready
  • Do incorporate literacy in Science, Social Studies, and Technical Subjects
  • Do emphasize the use of citations and examples from texts when creating opinions and arguments
  • Do increase rigor and grade‐level expectations
  • Do determine the full range of support for English Language Learners and Students with Special needs.

What Oklahoma Academic Standards Do Not

  • Do not dictate how teachers should teach
  • Do not mandate a specific curriculum
  • Do not limit advanced work beyond the standards
  • Do not require the purchase or development of entirely new instructional materials

  • Do not prescribe all that can or should be taught

  • Do not limit efforts to prepare students for college, career, and citizenship readiness

  • Do not prescribe interventions for students below grade‐level

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