In a matter of weeks, the Tennessee Department of Education will be releasing the much-anticipated TNReady scores for High School students who were tested during the 2015-16 school year.

The new design of this year’s score reports are easier to read and should give students and their family members a detailed look at how they performed in Math, English, and U.S. History, compared to the grade-level expectations set forth by educators across the state.
Later this fall, the state will also roll out a new online resource, to help parents and families understand how to assess the reports and utilize them to support their students, moving forward.

Due to the suspension of state testing for students in grades 3-8, families will not be able to receive full reports in November. That said, schools WILL receive a portion of the data that was extracted from Part 1 of the assessment, which was administered prior to the suspension of testing. Those scores will be available for each school at a later date. It’s important to note that updated score reports for Science in grades 3-8 and high school won’t be available until after the 2018-19 school year, when the new standards and assessments for have been implemented.

On the following two pages, you will see a sample score sheet, designed to help parents familiarize themselves with the new format. (Note: While integrated math is used in the sample, only traditional math is taught in Wilson Co. Schools).

For more information from the state on the release of this year’s test scores, click here.


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