Grades will be released in December. Revised criteria mark a big change of course under a new leader.
Improvement in math tracks statewide trend, but proficiency rates lag behind pre-pandemic levels.
Results offer localized snapshot of how school systems are doing with pandemic recovery.
The results suggest that Tennessee’s early investments in summer learning camps and intensive tutoring are paying off.
Overwhelmed by state tests and the prospect of more summer school, one third grader walks out.
Families will get new scores within 48 hours, say state officials
But up to 60% of third graders could be at risk of being held back as a stricter reading law kicks in.
The definition was the most pressing question lingering as thousands of students head to summer school
5 questions with an education leader about the law’s rollout as high-stakes testing is set to begin
District seeks to avoid disruptions during standardized testing
This year’s ‘priority’ designation won’t carry its usual high stakes
Who will be tested, and on what? We address these and other common questions.
Education is expected to be front and center again — with K-12 funding reform at the top of the list
Most impacted schools will see slight increases, officials say
The latest results offer the first pandemic look at how each school did, based on testing of students from grades 3 through high school.
Three schools leaving the ‘priority list’ are in Memphis, the center of Tennessee’s school improvement work for the last 10 years.
The Tennessee school systems that taught all their students primarily remotely saw their test scores fall further than the state.
The warnings from House Speaker Cameron Sexton came as Tennessee released disappointing state-level results of the first COVID test scores from TCAP.
State-level results showed a 5% decrease since 2019, the last time that Tennessee public school students took standardized tests under TCAP.
Tennessee plans to release statewide test data on Monday, delivering a gut check on how much its students know — and don’t know — after one of the most disruptive school years in modern American history.