Form Assignments for the 2023–24 Summative ELPAC Administration
There are ten different test forms for the Summative ELPAC administration: Form 1, Form 2, Form 3, Form 4, Form 5, Form 6, Form 7, Form 8, Form 9, and Form 10. Note: Form 7 is the braille form and is assigned to a student with braille accommodation.
Test forms are assigned at the LEA level; however, large LEAs—such as Fresno Unified, Los Angeles Unified, and San Diego Unified—may be assigned to more than one form at the school level.
Use the lookup tool to search the LEA by name or CDS code to view the assigned test form for the Summative ELPAC 2023–24 administration.
An LEA that does not appear in this search tool will be assigned to use Form 1 by the test delivery system at the time of administration.
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Directions for Administrations (DFAs)
To access the DFAs, select the [Resources] button on the top navigation bar in the Test Operations Management System (TOMS). Select Summative ELPAC Directions for Administration (DFAs) from the Available Materials list and download the DFA(s) that match the assigned form number. Test examiners and site ELPAC coordinators will have access to only the form of the DFA that corresponds to the form that their school was assigned for testing. LEA ELPAC coordinators will have access to all forms of all DFAs.
What follows are possible approaches an LEA ELPAC coordinator may take to provide DFAs to test examiners:
- Download the DFAs from TOMS, store them securely, and provide them electronically to test examiners through a secure file transfer protocol (SFTP) just prior to testing.
- Download the DFAs from TOMS, print them, and distribute them securely to test examiners just prior to testing.
- Provide test examiners the instructions for downloading DFAs from TOMS just prior to testing and ensuring that the DFAs are handled securely.
Please note the following about Summative ELPAC DFAs:
Students in kindergarten, grade one, and grade two:
- LEAs should use the DFA document that matches the LEA's form number assignment.
- Computer-based braille is available for students with visual impairment. There are DFAs available for students with visual impairment in kindergarten through grade two. These DFAs will be available to each LEA no matter which form of the test was assigned to them. These DFAs are specific to the braille computer-based assessment.
- LEAs will receive K–2 Writing Answer Books that indicate either "Form 1-5" or “Form 6” on the cover depending on their form assignment. Please note, there are braille K–2 Writing test materials available for students with visual impairment. These materials can be ordered through TOMS.
- PDF versions of the Teacher Answer Book and Student Writing Response Sheet are available in TOMS and must be used if administering the Summative ELPAC remotely.
Students in grades three through twelve:
- LEAs should use the Listening, Reading, and Writing DFA and the Speaking DFA for the student's corresponding grade span that match the LEA's form number assignment.
- For students with visual impairment in grades three through twelve, the test examiner will need to download the appropriate grade-level DFA(s) indicated for students with visual impairment requiring braille. These DFAs are specific to the braille computer-based assessment.
Students who move LEAs:
- A student who started and did not finish a domain at the previous LEA will complete the domain using the form assigned to the previous LEA.
- A student who did not start a domain or who has completed a domain will complete all other domains using the form assigned to the new LEA.
Estimated Testing Times by Form Assignment
For planning purposes, estimated testing times for each form, by domain and grade level or grade span, are now available on the Summative ELPAC Estimated Testing Time web page. For each ELPAC domain, allow an additional 5 to 10 minutes to log on to the student device and read directions.