Announcements

  • Printed family score reports for the Smarter Balanced ELA/Literacy and Mathematics Assessments / HSA Science Bridge Assessments / Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 Biology End-of-Course Exams (Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 EOC Exams do not have printed family reports) / Hawaii State Alternate Assessments are scheduled to be delivered to all schools the week of August 13th. Schools should distribute the printed family score reports to parents when they are received or soon thereafter. As a reminder, online Individual Student Reports (ISRs) for each content area assessment may also be accessed at any time via the Online Reporting System (ORS). If schools do not receive their family score reports by August 20th or experience any issues with the family score reports delivery, please contact the HSAP Help Desk at 1-866-648-3712 or hsaphelpdesk@air.org.

    Added August 13, 2018
  • Test Administrators will need to complete the online TA Certification Course for the 2018-2019 school year in order to administer assessments, including the Smarter Balanced Interim Assessments. Test Coordinators, Test Administrators, and Teachers may log in and access the course by clicking here, or by clicking on the Online TA Certification Course card found on the Training Sites section of the portal.

    Added August 3, 2018
  • Registration is now open for the September 2018 Accessibility and Accommodations Training for SPED Educators. Please click the button on the right-hand side of the Smarter Balanced home page to access the online registration form, or click here to access the form directly. Full information about the training can be found in the official HIDOE announcement memo here.

    Added August 2, 2018
  • The new Android and iOS Mobile Secure Browser (MSB) is now available for download for Android 7.0+ and for iOS 10.3+. Instructions for installation can be found at the Secure Browser page.

    Added August 2, 2018
  • Effective this year, the AIR Secure Browser will not work with iPads using iOS below 10.3 (first-generation iPad). To check to see if you have a first-generation iPad, look at the charging connector - if it is a lightning (narrow) connector, the iPad is a second-generation or newer iPad. The first-generation iPads will have a wide, flat connector. First-generation iPads may still be used for classroom instruction and other student activities; however, they will not be able to install or run the AIR Secure Browser beginning this year.

    Added July 30, 2018

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