Grade  Snapshot Scaffold Released Tests (IQ) Academic Vocab Student Learning Reports
Kindergarten Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
    Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Kindergarten (Spanish) Reading        
Grade 1 Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
    Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Grade 1 (Spanish) Reading        
Grade 2 Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
    Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Grade 2 (Spanish) Reading        
Grade 3 Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading
Math
Reading
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Grade 3 (Spanish) Math
Reading/Writing
  Math
Reading
Reading Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Grade 4 Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading
Math
Reading/Writing
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Grade 4 (Spanish) Math
Reading/Writing
  Math
Reading/Writing
Reading Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Grade 5 Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading
Science
Math
Reading
Science
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Grade 5 (Spanish) Math
Reading/Writing
Science
  Math
Reading
Science
Reading Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Grade 6 Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading
Math
Reading
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Grade 7 Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading
SS 7th/8th
Math
Reading/Writing
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Grade 8 Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading
Science
SS 7th/8th
Math
Reading
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
High School Math
Reading/Writing
Science
Social Studies
Alg I | Alg IIGeo
Eng I  | Eng II
Bio
WH & USH
Alg I
Reading/Writing
Bio
USH
Alg I
Reading/Writing
Bio
Social Studies
Alg I  | Alg II | Geo
Eng I  | Eng II  | Eng III | Eng IV
Bio  | Chem  | Phy
WH | USH | WG

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 Old Versions of Math Snapshots

quicklook

 

This quicklook summarizes key updates relating to assessment and accountability for the 2016-17 School Year (including the change in terminology for STAAR Performance Levels, the change in terminology for STAAR Progress/Growth categories, the redesign of STAAR assessments in Grades 3-8 for Spring 2017, TEA’s decision to remove the short answer reading questions from the English I, English II and English III assessments, and the availability of an enhanced online version of STAAR beginning in Spring 2017, which eliminates the need for separate STAAR A and STAAR L test forms)

 

This quicklook summarizes the 2017 Accountability System for traditional school districts and campuses

 

This quicklook summarizes the requirements relating to the issuance of Community and Student Engagement Ratings by districts and campuses as part of the state accountability system for the 2016-17 school year. With the enactment of HB 22, CaSE ratings will no longer be required beginning with the 2017-18 school year.

This quicklook summarizes the components of the 2018 Accountability System described in HB 22 (85th Legislature) – which was signed by the Governor on June 15, 2017 and is effective immediately

 

This quicklook summarizes the key changes being made to the state accountability system by House Bill 22 – beginning with the 2017-18 school year

 
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This quicklook summarizes the 2016 Accountability System for traditional school districts and campuses, including the Index 2 and Index 3 targets posted by TEA on August 4, 2016

 

This quicklook summarizes the STAAR Progress Measure and the ELL Progress Measure in a side-by-side format. The tests to which each measure apply are identified, as well as the requirements and methodologies relating to how each measure is determined. Examples are also provided to illustrate how the measures would apply to specific student performances.

 

Spring 2017

raw score

Reports the scale score cut points and corresponding raw score conversion cut points for the 3 levels of passing performance on STAAR under new Commissioner Rule §101.3041, effective April 16, 2017: Approaches Grade Level, Meets Grade Level and Masters Grade Level. Raw score conversion cut points are reported for Spring 2017 primary administrations (English version only) of STAAR assessments in Grades 3-8 and EOCs.

 
raw score

Reports the gain scores and methodology for assigning progress/growth categories for the 2017 STAAR Progress Measure/STAAR Growth Measure. Effective with the Spring 2017 STAAR assessments, TEA has implemented a change in terminology for the 3 categories of STAAR Progress/STAAR Growth. Did Not Meet Progress is now Limited Growth. Met Progress is now Expected Growth. Exceeded Progress is now Accelerated Growth.

 
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Spring 2017 PROJECTED ESTIMATES – Raw Score Conversion Ranges for Spring 2017 STAAR Assessments (REV 01/10/2017) (Using Performance Standards Identified in PROPOSED Commissioner Rule Published December 7, 2106)

The ESTIMATED raw score ranges reported in this table were calculated by applying the %age of items required for students to meet the applicable performance standard on the Spring 2016 (English) paper administration versions of the indicated STAAR assessments to the maximum raw scores for each assessment in Spring 2017. The ESTIMATED raw score ranges are ONLY estimated projections for the Spring 2017 assessments. This table is intended SOLELY to provide approximations or reasonable estimates of the ranges of raw cut points for the applicable scale score performance standards specified in PROPOSED Commissioner Rule for the Spring 2017 STAAR assessments.

 
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This document summarizes the STAAR performance standards for each STAAR assessment beginning in 2016-17 as specified in PROPOSED Commissioner Rule published on December 7, 2016. As specified in the PROPOSED Rule, the Commissioner has recommended that the current phase-in schedule be replaced with a final set of standards and labels to indicate four levels of student performance, as follows: Did Not Meet Grade Level, Approaches Grade Level, Meets Grade Level, and Masters Grade Level.

 

Spring 2016

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Reports the scale score cutpoints and corresponding raw score conversion cut points for Level II-Phase 1, Level II-2015-16 Standard Progression, Level II-2016-17 Standard Progression, Level II-2017-18 Standard Progression, Level II-Final, and Level III for the Spring 2016 paper administrations (English) of STAAR assessments in Grades 3-8 and EOCs. (For Grades 5 and 8 Reading and Math, the chart only reports the raw score conversions for the first, or primary, administration of the test.)

 
raw score

Reports the scale score cutpoints and corresponding raw score conversion cut points for Level II-Phase 1, Level II-2015-16 Standard Progression, Level II-2016-17 Standard Progression, Level II-2017-18 Standard Progression, Level II-Final, and Level III for the Spring 2016 paper administrations of STAAR Spanish assessments in Grades 3-5. (For Grade 5 Reading and Math, the chart only reports the raw score conversions for the first, or primary, administration of the test.)

 
raw score

This document summarizes the scale scores that a student will need to achieve in order to pass EOCs taken by the student based on the school year in which the student takes his/her first EOC.

 
raw score

This document summarizes the cutpoints for assigning progress categories for the 2016 STAAR Progress Measure: Did Not Meet Progress, Met Progress and Exceeded Progress.

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Calendar Year

This quicklook summarizes information relating to the use of Accessibility Features and Designated Supports for state assessments administered in calendar year 2017

 

This quicklook summarizes the requirements relating to the use of locally-approved Designated Supports on state assessments administered in calendar year 2017

 

This quicklook summarizes the requirements relating to the use of Designated Supports requiring TEA approval on state assessments administered in calendar year 2017

 

This quicklook summarizes examples of allowable and non-allowable supplemental aids for state assessments administered in calendar year 2017 (based on examples provided by TEA in its PowerPoint posted at: http://tea.texas.gov/student.assessment/accommodations/

 

This quicklook summarizes information relating to Accessibility Features for state assessments administered in calendar year 2017. The document is posted in Word version to allow users to utilize the resource by documenting the names of students who regularly benefit from the use of these procedures and materials during instruction.

 

Science Side-by-Sides – Download now!science side-by-sides

With the many shifts and changes found within the Science streamlined TEKS, leaders will need to be proactive as they move towards the implementation year. The team at lead4ward is committed to supporting leaders and teachers during this time of change. We have designed tools that will allow instructional leaders to become more knowledgeable of the changes in the science TEKS and assist in a smoother transition period (NOTE: Standards are NOT final until the TEA SBOE releases the approved standards)

 

Instructional Strategies Playlists provide descriptions of instructional strategies to engage learners, provide practice without penalty, encourage interaction among students, and see and hear students’ thinking

 

Thinking Stems are used to give students a framework to explain their thinking, expose students to vocabulary often found in the process standards, provide language support for ELLs, and increases oral language proficiency

 

The Thinking Stems in Spanish are used to give students a framework to explain their thinking, expose students to vocabulary often found in the process standards, provide language support for ELLs, and increases oral language proficiency

 

Scale Scores & Raw Scores

TEA State Accountability Overview

lead4ward Overview