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Is DORA predictive of the SBAC or PARCC common core assessments?
Even though DORA is a diagnostic assessment and both the SBAC and PARCC assessments are summative, there is still a high correlation between them. See the attached file; it is an excerpt from the DORA technical manual and shows the data on the correlations.

Other states that are part of the SBAC consortium may sometimes rename their state test, but essentially it is the SBAC assessment. California, for instance, calls its implementation of the SBAC the CAASPP. The same may be true in the states that have adopted the PARCC assessment.

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DORA correlations to SBAC/PARCC excerpts These pages were pulled out of the DORA Technical manual and show correlation data between DORA and the SBAC and PARCC assessments.  
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