On Friday the testing consortium PARCC, which Colorado is a part of, released a sample of the report parents will receive with their student’s results.
PARCC is responsible for creating, launching, and scoring the state’s new online standardized tests, which students are taking this spring.
Here is what parents will see to tell them how their kid did on the new tests:
You can click on the document to enlarge it. You can also see other examples and a FAQ here.
One of the promises of PARCC was to provide more meaningful information to parents, students and teachers about what students are learning.
That brings us to our question of the week:
Powered by TypeformFor comparison, here’s a look at what parents received from the state’s previous standardized test the TCAP:
Each week, we ask readers a question about a timely or timeless question about their experiences in education. Readers who want to share their opinions should leave a response in the comment section below, tweet us @ChalkbeatCO, send an email, or leave a comment on our Facebook wall. Every Friday we round up the responses. Here’s last week’s.