StateAssessment NameTrigonometrySummarizing/ interpreting DataTransformational GeometrySetting-up/ solving Equations and InequalitiesBuilding, Interpreting and Analyzing FunctionsComplex NumbersAdditional Topics (see notes)
AlaskaPerformance Evaluation for Alaska's Schools (PEAKS)08-10022-2419-217-9-
CaliforniaSmarter Balanced Assessment, gr. 115-20*5-20*0-15*5-15*15-30*0-10*20*
ConnecticutSAT416013391-
DelawareSAT416013391-
HawaiiSmarter Balanced5-205-200-155-1515-300-10-
IdahoIdaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) by Smarter balanced5-205-200-155-1515-300-1010
IllinoisSAT4160133919
KentuckyThe ACT70017150-
LouisianaACT--38-2-12
MaineSAT mathematics2-3*9-16*0*3-5*10-17*0-2*5-9*
MichiganSAT416013391-
MinnesotaMinnesota Comprehensive Assessments -Series III (MCA-III)2-68-142-62-419-342-156-15
MississippiACT-8125122-
MontanaACT700-171561
NevadaACT7001715061
New HampshireSAT4160133919
New YorkNot reported05-10050-5632-3802-8
North CarolinaACT70017150-
North DakotaNDSA - Mathematics5-205-200-155-1515-300-10-
OregonSmarter Balanced5-6*2-6*0-2*2-9*2-6*0-2*5-6*
South DakotaSBAC5-205-200-155-1515-300-105-20
TexasNot reported0502054013
VermontSmarter Balanced5-205-200-155-1515-300-10-
WashingtonSmarter Balanced5-205-200-155-1515-300-105-15
"West
Virginia""West Virginia General Summative
Assessment / SAT School Day"0-10*0-29*0-10*0-33*0-28*0*0-28*
         

* State reported the percentage of items on topic, but not percentage of points.

note: For states with computer-adaptive testing, a range of percentages are reported per topic since the assessment content varies by student.

Definitions:

  • Applying trigonometry to solve problems
  • Summarizing & interpreting data and making inferences
  • Transformational geometry
  • Setting up and solving systems of equations and inequalities
  • Building, interpreting, and analyzing functions in different representations
  • Working with complex numbers
OklahomaNumbers and Operations 10%, Algebraic Reasoning and Algebra 40%, Functions 30%, Data and Probability 10%, 2D Geometry 10%
OhioGeometry EOC Assessment: Topics --Congruence and Proof 19-21%, Similarity & Trigonometry 23-35%, Circles 10-13%, Probability 18-22%
*MassachusettsNumber and Quantity 20%, Algebra and Functions 30%, Geometry 30%, Statistics and Probability 20%

Additional Topics

StateAdditional Topic
CAUnderstand the concept of a function and use function notation 5-20%
CTRatios, rates and proportional relationships account for 9% of the test.
HIUnderstand the concept of a function and use function notation 5-20%
IDUnderstand the concept of a function and use function notation
ILRatios, rates and proportional relationships account for 9% of the test
KSGeometric proofs
KYCoordinate 15% and Plane Geometry 23%
LAModeling with Geometry
MESolve linear and non-linear equations in one variable.
MNKnow and apply properties of geometric figures to solve real-world and mathematical problems.
MSModeling Multiple Types of Functions & Expressions
MTCoordinate Geom. 15%, Plane Geom. 23%, Pre-Algebra 23%
NDUnderstand the concept of a function and use function notation 5-20%
NHRatios, rates and proportional relationships account for 9% of the test
NVCoordinate Geom. 15%, Plane Geom. 23%, Pre-Algebra 23%
NYNumber & Quantity
ORUnderstand the concept of a function and use function notation
SDUnderstand the concept of a function and use function notation 5-20%
TXSolving and Algebraic Reasoning including advanced and polynomial arithmetic
WAUnderstand the concept of a function and use function notation
WV
Understand the concept of a function and use function notation

Comments/Clarifications and Reporting Sources, 2017-18
StateCommentsReporting Source
AK-
ARWe do not develop the ACT Aspire test therefore we do not have these answers.ACT Aspire Summative Technical Manual, 2017 version 4 page W.47
CAStates with computer adaptive testing, the distribution of emphasis by topics listed varies by student
CO-PSAT/SAT blueprint
CTThe percentages were derived from looking at the subsections and the SAT Content Domains listed for those sections and relating it to the overall percentage for the subsection. Also assessed on this assessment is similarity, congruence, circles, solving equations, polynomials and rational expressions and equations.The Redesigned SAT document that includes the math blueprint and the SAT Mathematics Specifications.
DC-PARCC - Course-based: Geometry or Integrated Math II. Optional tests include: Alg I, Alg II, Int Math I, and Int Math III.
DERedesigned SAT has replaced the Smarter Grade 11 test in Spring 2016. The change comes at the request of legislators and as the state continues to look for ways to reduce testing, particularly for 11th graders who already were taking both exams as part of the state-funded School Day SAT program. http://www.doe.k12.de.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=2717-
FL-http://fsassessments.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Mathematics-Test-Design-Summary-Updated-11-29-16.pdf
HI-SB blueprint and SB states
IL-SAT blueprint
KYKentucky uses the ACT as its summative assessment for all juniors. The responses are based on the ACT's reporting categories provided by ACT, Inc. Building, interpreting, and analyzing functions in different representations -->Intermediate Algebra % but not all items would be measuring this concept. ACT, Inc. provided limited data to appropriately respond to these questions.http://www.actstudent.org/testprep/descriptions/mathcontent.html
LAInformation provided was for the Geometry LEAP 2025 and not the Algebra I LEAP 2025Test maps
MA-http://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/tdd/math.html?section=testdesign
ME-Testing contractor -- College Board
MIWe use the SAT solely for high school mathematics now. Their test spec docs are online.-
MNNote that these topics are ranges due to the grade 11 mathematics assessment being an adaptive test.https://education.mn.gov/MDE/dse/test/spec/
MS-https://education.mn.gov/MDE/dse/test/spec/
MT-ACT blueprint; ACT states
NChttp://www.ncpublicschools.org/docs/accountability/testing/technotes/mathtestspecs16.pdf-
NEACT has replaced the state 11th grade test - Legislative decision for all students-
NY-https://www.engageny.org/resource/regents-exams-mathematics-algebra-i-test-guide/file/14711"
OHThe reporting categories and percentages are for the Geometry end of course exam. Geometry is more commonly administered than the Math 2 test. Ohio does not have a comprehensive high school test.-
OKDistricts chose either the ACT or SAT for the math portion of the Oklahoma CCR Assessment. Please consult the SAT or ACT technical manual as these topics vary from test form to test form.-
ORComputer adaptive assessmentOregon Mathematics Summative Assessment Blueprint
PA-http://www.education.pa.gov/K-12/Assessment%20and%20Accountability/Pages/Keystone-Exams.aspx#.V2AP69IrLIU
RIInformation in the link provided above provides greater detail about the composition of each category.http://www.ride.ri.gov/Portals/0/Uploads/Documents/Instruction-and-Assessment-World-Class-Standards/Assessment/PSAT-SAT/SAT_TestSpecifications_ShortVersion.pdf
SD-SBAC blueprint and SBAC states
TXTrigonometry and Transformational Geometry are included in Geometry. Complex numbers are included in Algebra II.The assessed curriculum and blueprints for the STAAR Algebra I EOC
UTOur state blue print utilizes different terminology. This can be found: http://www.schools.utah.gov/assessment/SAGE/Mathematics.aspxOur state blue print utilizes different terminology. This can be found: http://www.schools.utah.gov/assessment/SAGE/Mathematics.aspx
VTBecause Smarter Balanced is computer adaptive, the distribution of emphasis for the topics listed above with differ by student-
WA-http://www.smarterbalanced.org/assessments/development/
WIFor Information regarding the high school assessment, see the ACT technical manualSee the ACT technical manual available athttps://dpi.wi.gov/assessment/act/resources.
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