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MASA Leader Winter 2013

If you could follow the line into the future, it would end in success. 1 of 1 State Performance Report - Student Michigan MEAP Printed Monday, March 11, 2013 2:54:02 PM Reporting Period: 9/4/2012-6/13/2013(School Year) School: Beecher Elementary School Wiggins, Oliver Teacher: Hoffman, S. Grade: 4 Class: Grade 4 (Hoffman) Pathway to Proficiency - Grade 4 ID: ööööö 750 700 State Test 2013 650 Spring 600 2013 Summer 550 State Test 2012 500 450 Sep-12 Nov-12 Jan-13 Mar-13 May-13 Jul-13 Sep-13 Nov-13 400 Scaled Scores SS)( is statistically calculated after three or more tests to show the direction the scores are moving.tests.grepresent the student's STAR ReadinTrend line State Test 2012(Partially Proficient) on the fall 2012 MEAP given in Grade 4.is the STAR Reading score (632 SS) that is approximately equivalent to the proficiency thresholdState Test 2013(Partially Proficient) on the fall 2013 MEAP given in Grade 5.represents typical growth for a student who minimally achieves proficiency on the MEAP. test score below the pathway indicates the student will need to improve at a higher than average rate to reachproficiency. A score above indicates the student is on the pathway to score at or above proficient.The pathway to the State Test 2012 shows typical growth for a Grade 4 student who minimally achieves proficiency(Partially Proficient) on this assessment. The second pathway shows typical growth through Spring 2013 inanticipation of the state test in 2013. Use this pathway to monitor student progress toward proficiency on next year'sAPathway to Proficiency MEAP.Proficiency thresholds and pathways are established using typical student growth during the current year, summer,and early school year prior to the state assessment. Research linking STAR to the MEAP was last updated in August 2012. Changes in the state test after that date are not reflected. Forguidance interpreting data when state tests change, see Interpreting Performance Reports under STAR resources. Predict Michigan MEAP Outcomes with STAR Enterprise. STAR computer-adaptive assessments are popular with Michigan educators because they meet the highest review standards of the National Center on Response to Intervention. And now, STAR Enterprise™ assessments are linked to the MEAP and aligned to Michigan and Common Core Standards. As a result, you’ll enjoy instant access to information-packed reports that graphically show if your students are on the pathway to proficiency for college and career readiness. Let’s create success stories together. NOW LINKED TO THE MEAP Take an interactive tour at www.renlearn.com/lp/20194


MASA Leader Winter 2013
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