Receiving Your Scores
Your official score report will be available via your private, secure ProTeach Portfolio website, where you will be able to view and print it as often as you wish. You will receive your scores within 8 weeks of the submission deadline date you chose at the time of registration (i.e., January 31 or June 28). Score reports will be available online only and all candidates in the same submission window will receive their scores at the same time. See the assessment calendar for specific information on score release dates. (NOTE: Candidates selecting June 28, 2010, as their submission deadline date will receive their scores on Oct. 8, 2010.)
Scores for Resubmitted Entries
In the event your composite score does not meet the passing score, you can resubmit any entry(ies) you choose. All criteria on a resubmitted entry will be scored. The highest score on each criterion — regardless of whether it was earned on an initial or a resubmitted entry — will be the score used to calculate your composite score. This gives you the best chance to pass your assessment and earn your professional certificate.
All of your scores are automatically banked and you can choose to resubmit 1, 2 or all 3 of your entry responses. Your score report will contain helpful guidance for making these choices. You will need to register and pay for resubmission, select a submission deadline date and rebuild your portfolio by concentrating on the entry(ies) you selected to resubmit. As long as you remain eligible for the assessment, you may resubmit entries as many times as you wish in order to achieve a passing score.
In the event a criterion of a resubmitted entry is deemed nonscorable (NS), you will receive a composite score only if a previous submission had received a score for that criterion. Your composite score will reflect the former criterion's score, rather than the "NS" designation.
Delivery of Scores to Other Score Recipients
All scores will automatically be provided to the Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB), the Certification Office at the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the support provider identified by you at the time of registration. Further, your score report and the information reported to the PESB and OSPI will not mention any nonstandard testing accommodations made for you.