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Resource Description

This resource provides a link to the answer keys for the Smarter Balanced Practice Tests, the HSA Science Training Tests and Practice Tests, and the EOC Exams Practice Tests.

This Interpretive Guide is intended to help parents and educators understand how to read and find information contained in the family report. The cover letter is a document schools can print and send to parents along with the family report.

This document provides parents with general information about the End-of-Course Exams and sample online test items and student responses for each exam subject. The EOC Exams Parent Information Booklet (PIB) is provided in English and 14 additional languages. The number of English and translated PIBs provided to each school is based on the language spoken at home as indicated in Infinite Campus.

Participation and non-participation letters schools may send to parents about the Algebra I, Algebra II, Biology I, and U.S. History End-of-Course Exams. Parent letters are provided in English and in 14 additional languages for nine student populations.

These sample score reports show a student’s performance on the Algebra I, Algebra II, Biology I, and U.S. History EOC Exams that may be taken only once. They also show whether a student has reached proficiency in the different areas of each subject, and suggests how the family can help him or her improve in these areas.