TNReady Score Reports
The TNReady score reports provide detailed and clear information about individual student achievement in order to help families, students, and educators better understand a student's strengths and areas of improvement. The score reports show how a student performed when compared to subject and grade-level expectations. Each score report—such a fifth grade student's math report—explains student performance based on the following performance levels: mastered, on track, approaching, or below. Additionally, the score reports show how a student's performance compared with other students in their school, district, and state on that same test.
- Elementary and Middle School: Students in third through eighth grade will receive newly designed score reports for ELA, math, and social studies. These students will also receive science score reports, but the science reports will maintain the old formatting. Score reports from the 2016-17 school year will be mailed to districts in fall 2017 for distribution.
- High School: Students taking high school End-of-Course assessments (e.g., English I), will receive newly designed score reports for English, math, and U.S. History/Geography courses. These students will also receive Biology and Chemistry score reports, but the science reports will maintain the old formatting. Score reports from the 2016-17 school year will be mailed to districts in July 2017 for distribution.
Examples of Redesigned Score Reports
Examples of Redesigned Educator Reports
Revised educator and standards analysis reports will be shared with high school teachers in summer 2017 and with elementary and middle school teachers in fall 2017. These reports will allow educators to identify areas where their students exceeded, met, or were below expectations when compared to other students in Tennessee, and the standards analysis report outlines how their students performed on each tested standard, allowing teachers to continually refine their practice and grow as educators.
Redesigned School Summary Reports
School leaders will also receive comprehensive school score reports, which will provide a building-level perspective on how students performed.