SAGE Documents

Accessing SAGE Test Blueprints. Wondering what’s covered on the SAGE? View the blueprints for each test. Blueprints show how many questions cover each standards, and the DOK levels included. The questions are pretty evenly divided between the Utah Core Standards for your subject and grade level.

Accommodations and Participation Policy for Utah, from Utah State Office of Education, 2015-16

Call Sheet to AIR. Need to call the AIR help desk? Be sure to have the answers to these questions prepared so the issue can be resolved as quickly as possible.

Core Codes for Summative SAGE Tests. Wondering if your course has a SAGE test? Check these course codes to find out. This document is mainly used by registrars.

ELL Summative SAGE Flowchart. Are you wondering if an English Language Learner needs to take the SAGE? Use this flowchart to help find the answer. Remember, SAGE is an assessment for any student who is expected to learn and master the skills in the Utah Core. ELL students are not necessarily exempt unless they are new to the country and school system.

Opt Out Acknowledgment Form 2016-2017. This form is meant for parents to complete and send to the school, registering their request for an opt-out.

SAGE Accommodations Memo, a memo from the state office clarifying what constitutes an accommodated test.

SAGE Testing Times Clarification, a memo from the state office stating that it is inappropriate to encourage students to test for longer than the prescribed amount of time.

Test Administration Manuals (TAM) for SAGE Interim and SAGE Summative. TAMs should be followed closely by those proctoring tests.

Testing Coordinator Workflow and Checklist. Not sure what to do as the testing coordinator? Follow this guide and you’ll be well-prepared. This is also available under the Testing Coordinator tab of the website.

TIDE User Guide, a manual to the accounts management interface in the SAGE portal, updated for 2015-2016. The brief User Roles and Access Guide shows the features LEA, LRV, SA, SRV, PR, TE user types can access. TIDE is typically only used by a few people at the school and district level to manage accounts and accommodations.