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Predict California Outcomes with STAR Performance Reports. STAR computer-adaptive assessments are popular with California 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 California CST


and Common Core State 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. Let’s create success stories together.


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State Performance Report - Student


Printed Tuesday, February 7, 2012 3:12:56 PM California CST


School: Oakwood Elementary School


Bosley, Matthew Grade: 4


ID: BOSLM


Reporting Period: 9/1/2011-6/12/2012 (School Year)


Class: Mrs. Fox's Class Teacher: Fox, S.


Pathway to Proficiency 600 550 500 450 400 350 300 250 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12 Apr-12 May-12 Jun-12 STAR Reading and the April 2012 CST


Research has shown that STAR Reading scores are related to student performance on the CST. In the graph above, blue diamonds show the student's STAR Reading test scores. The gold star notes the STAR Reading scaled score that is approximately equivalent to the threshold for proficiency (Proficient) at the time of the state test. For grade 4, this score is approximately 440.


The green line represents the typical pathway to proficiency for students who are just at this threshold. A STAR Reading score below the green line indicates that the student will need to improve at a higher than typical rate in order to achieve proficiency by the time of the state test. A STAR Reading score above the green line indicates that the student was "on the pathway" to proficiency at the time that STAR test was taken. If the student has taken three or more tests, a black trend line displays the statistical tendency of the scores. If the trend line is higher than the gold star at the state test date, the student can be considered to be on the pathway toward proficiency.


CST information was last updated on 7/14/2011. State assessments are subject to change. For guidance interpreting data when state tests change, see Interpreting Performance Reports under STAR resources.


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