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School Projection Summary

These reports provide a visual display of how students are projected to perform on a selected future assessment based on their prior testing histories.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there was no testing in the spring of 2020, so the projection reports changed as follows:

  • All projections assume the 2019 average schooling experience.
  • Projections to grade-level assessments are made to one grade out.
  • Projections for grade 4 math and ELA use two predictors rather than three.
  • Projections for kindergarten through grade 3 reading and math are not provided because there is not enough testing history.

These reports can help administrators:

  • Allocate resources for sustained interventions, supports, and enrichment opportunities for students
  • Make course placement and scheduling decisions
  • Plan comprehensive school improvement programs

Teachers can use these reports to help with instructional planning.

  • View the proportion of students on the path to academic success
  • View the proportion of students at risk for not reaching proficiency or advanced levels of performance
  • Collaborate with other educators on instructional strategies and classroom practices for groups of students

Projections to college readiness assessments can help educators:

  • Assess students' college readiness
  • Identify students who need additional support to increase their chances for college success
  • Allocate resources for sustained interventions, supports, and enrichment opportunities for students
  • Assist students with their college planning and course placement choices