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What is CDM?

What is Credit by Demonstrated Mastery (CDM)

This is an option which allows students to demonstrate mastery of a course’s content, getting credit and a pass grade for the course by taking an assessment and completing an artifact without course enrollment.  According to NCDPI, "CDM was designed to respond to the needs of students, families, AIG community, school personnel and leadership. CDM specifically offers North Carolina students the opportunity to personalize and accelerate their learning, thus allowing for optimal student growth while providing an opportunity to have effective seat time to learn new content." Failed attempts at CDM are not reflected on a student’s transcript. 

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School Based Teams

  • Should consist of an administrator along with at least two of the following: 
    testing coordinator, counselor, lead content teacher(s)

District Artifact Expectations

  • A district based team for each CDM area that consists of at least two content area experts related to the course, principal, and instructional specialist will create artifact expectations and rubric.

District Student Product Review Panel

  • A district based team for each CDM area that consists of at least two content area experts related to the course being challenged, principal, and instructional specialist