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Resource Description

These documents describe how a student demonstrates understanding of Algebra I, Algebra II, and Biology I concepts at the well below, approaches, meets and exceeds proficiency performance levels.

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.

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.

This document provides instructions on how to generate student score labels using the Online Reporting System and Microsoft Word.

Online Reporting System User Guide 2017-2018(Coming Soon)

This user guide provides instructions on how to generate reports to see which students have or have not completed assessments and how to generate reports with student score information.

The student’s performance on the items is summarized in an overall test score referred to as the scale score. The scale scores are divided into four performance levels using three performance standards (i.e., cut scores). The scale score ranges for each performance level are provided in this table.