Oregon Oregon Department of Education

Rule Rule 581-022-2025
Credit Options


(1)

A school district or public charter school shall grant required and elective credit towards the diploma or a modified diploma, provided the method for accruing such credit is described in the student’s personal education plan and the student earns the credit by meeting the requirements of one or more of the options described in this rule.

(2)

A school district or charter school may grant credit to a student if the student demonstrates defined levels of proficiency or mastery of recognized standards (e.g., state academic content standards and essential skills, industry-based or other national or international standards) by any one or more of the following options:

(a)

Successfully completing classroom or equivalent work (e.g., supervised independent study, career-related learning experiences, project based learning), which meets Common Curriculum Goals and academic content standards required by OAR 581-022-2030 (District Curriculum);

(b)

Successfully completing classroom or equivalent work designed to measure proficiency or mastery of identified standards (knowledge and skills) in class or out of class, where hours of instruction may vary;

(c)

Successfully passing an appropriate exam designed to measure proficiency or mastery of identified standards (knowledge and skills);

(d)

Providing a collection of work or other assessment evidence which demonstrates proficiency or mastery of identified standards (knowledge and skills); or

(e)

Providing documentation of prior learning activities or experiences which demonstrates proficiency or mastery of identified standards (knowledge and skills) (e.g., certification of training, letters, diplomas, awards, etc.).
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