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Table of Contents, 1 0 General Information for Parents and Educators 1. 1 1 Background 1,1 2 PARCC Assessment 1,1 3 Confidentiality of Reporting Results 1. 1 4 Purpose of this Guide 1, 2 0 Understanding the PARCC Individual Student Report ISR 2. 2 1 Types of Scores on the PARCC ISR 2,2 1 1 Scale Score 2. 2 1 2 Performance Level 2,2 1 3 Subclaim Performance Indicators 2.
2 2 Sample ISR ELA L 3,2 3 Sample ISR Mathematics 5. 2 4 Description of Individual Student Reports 7,2 4 1 General Information 7. 2 4 2 Overall Assessment Scores 7,2 4 3 Performance by Reporting Category 9. 2 4 4 Performance by Subclaim Category 10, 3 0 Understanding the PARCC School and District Reports 11. 3 1 Purpose and Use of PARCC Results 11,3 2 PARCC School and District Reports 11.
3 2 1 Types of Scores on the PARCC School and District Reports 11. 3 2 2 Scale Score 11,3 2 3 Performance Level 11,3 2 4 Subclaim Performance Indicators 12. 3 3 Sample Student Roster Report ELA L 12,3 4 Sample Student Roster Report Mathematics 13. 3 5 Description of Student Roster Reports 13,3 5 1 General Information 13. 3 5 2 Overall Assessment Scores 13,3 5 3 Performance by Reporting Category 14. 3 5 4 Performance by Subclaim Category 14, 3 6 Sample District Summary of Schools Report ELA L 15.
3 7 Sample District Summary of Schools Report Mathematics 16. 3 8 Description of District Summary of Schools Reports 16. 3 8 1 General Information 16,3 8 2 Overall Assessment Scores 16. 3 8 3 Performance by Reporting Category 17,3 8 4 Performance by Subclaim Category 17. Appendices 19,Appendix A Scale Score Ranges 19,Appendix B Performance Level Descriptors 24. Grades 3 11 English Language Arts Literacy 25,Grades 3 8 Mathematics 25. Algebra I Algebra II Geometry Integrated Mathematics I II and II 25. SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE iii. iv SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE. 1 0 General Information for Parents and Educators,General Information.
for Parents and,1 1 Background, The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers PARCC is a consortium of states. developing assessments to measure student achievement in English language arts literacy ELA L and. mathematics based on the learning standards expressed by the Common Core State Standards CCSS. for grades 3 8 and high school,1 2 PARCC Assessment. The primary purpose of PARCC is to provide high quality assessments to measure students progress. toward college and career readiness, The Spring 2017 PARCC assessments were administered in either computer based or paper based. format English language arts literacy ELA L assessments focused on writing effectively when. analyzing text Mathematics assessments focused on applying skills and concepts understanding. multi step problems that require abstract reasoning and modeling real world problems with precision. perseverance and strategic use of tools In both content areas students also demonstrated their. acquired skills and knowledge by answering selected response items and fill in the blank items. 1 3 Confidentiality of Reporting Results, Individual student performance results on PARCC assessments are confidential and may be released. only in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 20 U S C Section 1232g. Aggregated student performance data are made available to the public and do not contain the names. of individual students or teachers,1 4 Purpose of this Guide.
This guide provides information on the individual student reports school reports and district reports. provided for PARCC assessment results Section 2 0 which outlines and explains elements of the. individual student report may be shared with parents This section will help parents understand. their child s test results Section 3 0 outlines and explains elements of the school and district reports. Individual state policies and calculations for accountability reporting may differ from the policies and. calculations used for assessment reports Note Educators in Washington DC should refer to LearnDC. org to access the DC score reports, Sample reports included in this guide are for illustration purposes only They are provided to show the. basic layout of the reports and the information they provide Sample reports do not include actual data. from any test administration, SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE 1. 2 0 Understanding the PARCC Individual Student Report ISR. 2 1 Types of Scores on the PARCC ISR, Student performance on PARCC assessments is described on the individual student report using scale. scores performance levels and subclaim performance indicators Cross state state district and. school average results are included in relevant sections of the report to help parents understand how. their child s performance compares to that of other students In some instances a dash will appear. in place of average results for a school and or district This indicates that there are too few students to. maintain student privacy and therefore results are not reported. 2 1 1 Scale Score, A scale score is a numerical value that summarizes student performance Not all students respond to. Student Report ISR,Understanding the, the same set of test items so each student s raw score actual points earned on test items is adjusted.
PARCC Individual, for the slight differences in difficulty among the various forms and administrations of the test The. resulting scale score allows for an accurate comparison across test forms and administration years. within a grade or course and content area PARCC reports provide overall scale scores for English. language arts literacy and mathematics which determine a student s performance level PARCC scale. scores range from 650 to 850 for all tests Additionally PARCC English language arts literacy reports. provide separate scale scores for both Reading and Writing PARCC Reading scale scores range from 10. to 90 and PARCC Writing scale scores range from 10 to 60. For example a student who earns an overall scale score of 800 on one form of the grade 8 mathematics. assessment would be expected to earn an overall scale score of 800 on any other form of the grade. 8 mathematics assessment Furthermore the student s overall scale score and level of mastery of. concepts and skills would be comparable to a student who took the same assessment the previous. year or following year,2 1 2 Performance Level, Each performance level is a broad categorical level defined by a student s overall scale score and is. used to report overall student performance by describing how well students met the expectations for. their grade level course Each performance level is defined by a range of overall scale scores for the. assessment There are five performance levels for PARCC assessments. Level 5 Exceeded expectations,Level 4 Met expectations. Level 3 Approached expectations,Level 2 Partially met expectations. Level 1 Did not yet meet expectations, Students performing at levels 4 and 5 met or exceeded expectations have demonstrated readiness.
for the next grade level course and ultimately are likely on track for college and careers Additional. information pertaining to the test performance levels can be found in Appendix A. Performance Level Descriptors PLDs describe the knowledge skills and practices that. students should know and be able to demonstrate at each performance level in each. content area ELA L and mathematics and at each grade level course PLDs are available at. http parcc assessment org assessments test design college career ready. 2 1 3 Subclaim Performance Indicators, Subclaim performance indicators for PARCC assessments are reported using graphical representations. that indicate how the student performed relative to the overall performance of students who met or. nearly met expectations for the content area, Cross state is defined as the aggregation of all states in the consortium. 2 SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE. Subclaim performance is reported using categories rather than scale scores or performance levels. Met or Exceeded Expectations represented by an up arrow. Approached Expectations represented by a bidirectional arrow. Did Not Yet Meet or Partially Met Expectations represented by a down arrow. 2 2 Sample ISR ELA L,Student Report ISR,Understanding the. PARCC Individual, SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE 3. Student Report ISR,Understanding the,PARCC Individual.
4 SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE. 2 3 Sample ISR Mathematics,Student Report ISR,Understanding the. PARCC Individual, SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE 5. Student Report ISR,Understanding the,PARCC Individual. 6 SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE. 2 4 Description of Individual Student Reports,2 4 1 General Information. A Identification Information, An Individual Student Report lists the student s name date of birth state student ID grade level when.
assessed district name school name and state The grade level when assessed is also shown in a. colored box on the left side of the report,B Description of Report. The description of the report provides the grade level course assessed content area English language. arts literacy or mathematics assessed and assessment year It also provides a general overview of the. assessment and score report This section may vary by state. Student Report ISR,Understanding the,PARCC Individual. C How to Use the Report, This section provides guidance for how parents can use the report to start a discussion with their child s. teacher s It is important for parents and educators to have regular check ins to ensure students are. learning the necessary skills to stay on track Parents can use the information in the report to understand. their child s strengths and needs and to work with educators to identify resources to support his or her. education This section may vary by state,D Description of PARCC Assessments. This section provides a brief description of the PARCC English Language Arts literacy and mathematics. assessments It also includes information on how teachers schools and districts use the reports to. make improvements to educational programming, Note This section varies by state Translated Individual Student Reports will have the language depicted.
on page 2 of the ISR as the translated text,2 4 2 Overall Assessment Scores. E Overall Scale Score and Performance Level, This section of the report provides the student s overall scale score and performance level refer to. Section 2 1 Students receive an overall scale score and based on that score are placed in one of five. performance levels with Level 5 indicating the student exceeded expectations and Level 1 indicating. the student did not yet meet expectations, F Graphical Representation of Overall Performance Overall Scale Score and Performance Level. This graphic provides an illustration of the five performance levels and where the student s overall. scale score is positioned along the performance scale The student s score is indicated by the black. triangle positioned along the range of overall scale scores that define each performance level The. ranges of overall scale scores are indicated underneath the graphic The scale score needed to reach. Performance Level 2 is 700 for Performance Level 3 it is 725 and for Performance Level 4 it is 750 for. all grade levels courses in both ELA L and mathematics The scale score needed to reach Performance. Level 5 varies Refer to Appendix A for the full list of scale score ranges for each performance level. G Average of School District State and Cross State. The average overall scale scores of the school district state and cross state are shown below the. overall scale score and performance level graphic This allows for comparing a student s overall scale. score to the average overall scale score of students at the school district state and cross state levels. for the same grade level course and content area, Note Not all states include the Cross State Average on Individual Student Reports. SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE 7. H Percentage of Students at Each Performance Level. This section provides a bar graph showing the percentage of students within the state who performed. at each of the five performance levels,I Student Growth Percentile.
Student growth percentiles estimate individual student progress by tracking student scores from one. year to the next With a range of 1 to 99 higher numbers represent higher growth and lower numbers. represent lower growth In addition to performance levels this information is being provided to help. students educators and caregivers better understand student learning Looking at both growth SGP. and the student s current score provides a more comprehensive picture of what the student learned. from one year to the next,Student Report ISR,Understanding the. Student growth percentiles compare a student s performance to that of his or her academic peers. PARCC Individual, within the state Academic peers are students in the state who took the same PARCC assessment as. the student in prior year s and achieved a similar score The student growth percentile indicates the. percentage of academic peers equal to or above whom the student scored higher. On the wall in most pediatricians offices there is a growth chart for height and weight This helps one. to understand where a child stands relative to other children For example a child whose height falls in. the 45th percentile is as tall as or taller than 45 of the children at this age Student growth percentiles. are interpreted similarly but the measurement is in terms of growth A student s test score in points. may be below met expectations but that student may have high growth improvement in score. relative to her or his academic peers Conversely a student with a high test score may not have a high. student growth percentile if the student did not show as much improvement over time compared to. her or his academic peers, For example a student growth percentile of 16 on the grade 7 ELA L assessment means that the stu. dent scored as well as or better than 16 percent of the students in the state who took grade 7 ELA L in. spring 2017 and who had achieved a similar score as this student on the grade 6 ELA L assessment in. 2015 2016 and the grade 5 ELA L assessment in 2014 2015 A student growth percentile of 50 repre. sents the typical student growth percentile for the state. Student growth percentiles are useful for determining how a student is performing year to year For. example if a student s total score in math changes from the prior year is this meaningful or not If the. student s growth percentile is 50 then this student shows typical growth A student growth percentile. of 50 means this student is in the 50th percentile 50 of students had less gain in scores over time. and 50 had a greater or no gain in scores over time. Student growth percentiles are calculated using as much data as possible Student growth is measured. relative to academic peers with similar scores For example a student with scores in the met expecta. tions category for grade 3 mathematics and grade 4 mathematics will have a percentile rank for this. year s grade 5 mathematics assessment that is based on their growth relative to peers who scored. similarly met expectations on the mathematics assessments in grades 3 and 4 If this student does. not have a score for grade 3 mathematics then the student growth percentile will be based on a score. for one prior year If this is the first year a student has participated in this assessment a student growth. percentile calculation is not possible, Individual Student Reports for students in grade 3 will not include student growth percentile as these. students did not participate in the PARCC assessments in prior years. 8 SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE. Note Not all states include Student Growth Percentile on Individual Student Reports. In general scores may be categorized into low typical and high growth see figure 1 Low growth is. a student who falls below the 35th percentile Typical growth are students who fall between the 35th. and 65th percentiles High growth is a student who is above the 65th percentile A student may have. high growth but may not have reached proficiency however this student is moving in the right direc. Student Report ISR,Understanding the,PARCC Individual.
Figure 1 Student growth percentiles provide additional information for students A student may have a lower score but. a higher SGP indicating that relative to his her peers this student is showing improved growth over time. J Probable Range, The probable range of scores is based on the standard error of measurement which reflects the. variability that would be expected in the scores that your student would likely receive if the same form. of the assessment was taken multiple times The probable range of scores differs across forms and. across level of performance within forms, Note Not all states include Probable Range on Individual Student Reports. 2 4 3 Performance by Reporting Category, Note For mathematics reporting categories are not included For this reason there are no markers for. K and L on the sample mathematics ISR,K Reporting Category. For English language arts literacy there are two reporting categories Reading and Writing indicated. by a bold heading,L Performance by Reporting Category Scale Score.
For the English language arts literacy Individual Student Reports student performance for each report. ing category is provided as a scale score refer to Section 2 1 1 on a different scale from the overall. scale score For this reason the sum of the scale scores for each reporting category will not equal the. overall scale score For reference this section includes the range of possible scale scores for each re. porting category i e 10 90 for Reading and 10 60 for Writing. SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE 9. As with the overall or summative scale scores a measure of student proficiency in each reporting. category is estimated on a common underlying measurement scale For reading the Level 4 perfor. mance standard is set to a scale score of 50 For writing the Level 4 performance standard is set to a. scale score of 35 Thus a student could be considered as meeting expectations in a claim by attaining. 50 in reading or 35 in writing,2 4 4 Performance by Subclaim Category. M Subclaim Category, Within each reporting category for English language arts literacy are specific skill sets subclaims. students demonstrate on the PARCC assessments Subclaims are provided for mathematics but are. not listed under reporting categories as they are for English language arts literacy Each subclaim. category includes the header identifying the subclaim an explanatory icon representing the student s. Student Report ISR,Understanding the, performance and an explanation of whether the student has met the expectations of the subclaim. PARCC Individual,N Subclaim Performance Indicators. A student s subclaim category represents how well the student performed in a subclaim As with. overall and reporting category scores a measure of student proficiency for each subclaim is estimated. on a common underlying measurement scale Performance in the Level 1 2 range of that scale is. categorized as Did Not Yet Meet or Partially Met Expectations performance in the Level 3 range is. categorized as Approached Expectations and performance in the Level 4 5 range is categorized as. Met or Exceeded Expectations, Subclaim performance is reported using categories rather than scale scores or performance levels.
Met or Exceeded Expectations represented by an up arrow. Approached Expectations represented by a bidirectional arrow. Did Not Yet Meet or Partially Met Expectations represented by a down arrow. O Description of Subclaim Performance Indicator Graphics. Student performance for each subclaim is marked with a subclaim performance indicator. An up arrow for the specified subclaim indicates that the student Met or Exceeded. Expectations meaning that the student s subclaim performance reflects a level of. proficiency consistent with Performance Level 4 or 5 Students in this subclaim category are. likely academically well prepared to engage successfully in further studies in the subclaim. content area and may need instructional enrichment. A bidirectional arrow for the specified subclaim indicates that the student Approached. Expectations meaning that the student s subclaim performance reflects a level of. proficiency consistent with Performance Level 3 Students in this subclaim category likely. need academic support to engage successfully in further studies in the subclaim content. A down arrow for the specified subclaim indicates that the student Did Not Yet Meet or. Partially Met Expectations meaning that the student s subclaim performance reflects a level. of proficiency consistent with Performance Level 1 or 2 Students in this subclaim category. are likely not academically well prepared to engage successfully in further studies in the. subclaim content area Such students likely need instructional interventions to increase. achievement in the subclaim content area, 10 SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE. 3 0 Understanding the PARCC School and District Reports. 3 1 Purpose and Use of PARCC Results, The primary purpose of PARCC is to provide high quality assessments to measure students progress. toward college and career readiness PARCC results are a helpful tool in evaluating educational programs. and student progress These reports,Summarize student achievement. Describe student performance relative to meeting standards. Support improvement planning e g prioritize professional learning and resource decisions. advise program alignment with academic standards reflect on the effectiveness of school. initiatives,3 2 PARCC School and District Reports, In addition to Individual Student Reports schools will receive a Student Roster Report and districts will. receive a District Summary of each School Report These reports summarize how students in the school. or district performed and are described later in this section. 3 2 1 Types of Scores on the PARCC School and District Reports. Performance on PARCC assessments is described on the school and district reports using scale scores. performance levels and subclaim performance indicators Information about cross state state district. and school average results is included in relevant sections of the report to help schools and districts. understand how student and school performance compares to other students and schools In some. instances a dash will appear in place of average results for a school and or district This indicates. that there are too few students to maintain student privacy and therefore results are not reported. Understanding the,PARCC School and,District Reports.
3 2 2 Scale Score, A scale score is a numerical value that summarizes student performance Not all students respond to. the same set of test items so each student s raw score actual points earned on test items is adjusted. for the slight differences in difficulty among the various forms and administrations of the test The. resulting scale score allows for an accurate comparison across test forms and administration years. within a grade or course and content area PARCC reports provide overall scale scores for English. language arts literacy and mathematics which determine a student s performance level PARCC scale. scores range from 650 to 850 for all tests Additionally PARCC English language arts literacy reports. provide separate scale scores for both Reading and Writing PARCC Reading scale scores range from 10. to 90 and PARCC Writing scale scores range from 10 to 60. For example a student who earns an overall scale score of 800 on one form of the grade 8 mathematics. assessment would be expected to earn an overall scale score of 800 on any other form of the grade. 8 mathematics assessment Furthermore the student s overall scale score and level of mastery of. concepts and skills would be comparable to a student who took the same assessment the previous. year or following year,3 2 3 Performance Level, Each performance level is a broad categorical level defined by a student s overall scale score and is. used to report overall student performance by describing how well students met the expectations for. their grade level course Each performance level is defined by a range of overall scale scores for the. assessment There are five performance levels for PARCC assessments. Level 5 Exceeded expectations,Level 4 Met expectations. Level 3 Approached expectations,Level 2 Partially met expectations. Level 1 Did not yet meet expectations, SPRING 2017 PARCC SCORE REPORT INTERPRETATION GUIDE 11.


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