2016-17 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) Update (9/29/17)
What, Why, Who, How, and When: Parent Guides to CAASPP Are Here!
The parent guides to understanding the CAASPP System are here! These two-page flyers, written in easy-to-understand language, answer key questions (what, why, who, how, and when) about the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments, California Science Test, and California Alternate Assessments. Information about how parents can support their student's success also is included.
In addition to English, these guides, which can be found on the California Department of Education (CDE) Parent Guides to Understanding Web page, are available in Arabic, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Korean, Pilipino, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
Parent Guides to the 2016–17 Student Score Reports
The following parent guides to the 2016–17 CAASPP Student Score Reports are now available on the CDEUnderstanding the CAASPP Student Score Reports Web page:
In addition to English, these guides are available in Arabic, Simplified and Traditional Chinese, Korean, Pilipino, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
The “Parent Guide to Understanding the CAA for Science Student Score Report” also is available on the same Web page. Note that for grades five and eight and high school, the student’s score reports on all the CAAs are combined into one document.
We have not received the public release date for the 2016-17 CAASPP results. Linked below includes a summary of the information that has been provided by the California Department of Education.
Focusing on the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) System, including the Smarter Balanced assessments—a major component of CAASPP—and the California Alternate Assessments and science assessments.
New Video for Parents: Understanding Your 2016–17 Student Score Report
Now posted on the California Department of Education (CDE) Web site is the video “Understanding Your 2016–17 Student Score Report.” Approximately five-minutes in length, this video is an excellent resource for parents and students to help you better understand the 2016–17 Student Score Report, which details your student’s standardized testing results.