State Testing

Links for STAAR and EOC Testing:

 Texas Assessment Data Portal - Look up your, or your child's, STAAR scores.
 
 
Video explaining the new Confidential Student Report - TEA Website
 

Spanish Resources posted to the TEA site for Spanish CSRs 

http://tea.texas.gov/Student_Testing_and_Accountability/Testing/CSR/Spanish_Resources_Update/

  

 
Texas Education Agency Website for Student Assessment.
 
 State Assessment - Accommodations and Support Resources. 
 
 
 

CSR Website
On June 13th, TEA is also launching a new CSR web site, which will include item-level analysis for each question on the STAAR, informational videos, and links to additional resources. For the first time, parents and teachers who log in will be able to see actual test questions from the current year’s STAAR exam. They’ll also find information on boosting reading levels and developing student-specific summer reading lists.

 

To access your child's STAAR/EOC results go to www.texasassessment.com.      Click on the Student portal (https://txparentportal.emetric.net/) and enter your child's birthdate and Unique Access Code.  The access code can be found on any prior CSR, or by contacting your campus testing coordinator or the district testing coordinator @ jlawrence@newcaneyisd.org 

 
 

STATE Assessment Parent and Student Information

  • The New Confidential Student Report - 2017

    The Texas Education Agency publishes STAAR® report cards for all students every year. To improve communication and transparency with educators and families, TEA has redesigned the Confidential Student Report (CSR). The goal of the redesigned CSR is to create a family-friendly report on student progress, specifically highlighting growth and improvement as much as proficiency.  The new CSRs will be available online and on paper beginning June 13th for the EOCs and after June 30th for  grades 3-8.   A video and information explaining the new CSR can be found at this TEA webiste link:  http://tea.texas.gov/studentreport   

    The new CSR features:

    • Growth and progress information
    • A summer reading list
    • Lexile levels and trend data
    • New performance level descriptors
    • Resources and suggestions for parents to use at home
    • Suggested questions for parents to ask teachers and counselors

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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