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CAASPP For Parents

The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is designed to give information
to teachers, students, and their families about what students know and are able to do and whether they are
on track to be ready for success in college or a career when they graduate from high school.

Parent Resources

Understanding the CAASPP Student Score Report

This video is designed to help parents and students learn about the CAASPP Student Score Report.


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Resources to help me understand my child’s score

A new resource for parents is available at testscoreguide.org/ca/ which contains more information about your child’s score, the range of scores and achievement levels, and your child’s performance. 


Understanding the CAA Student Score Report

This video is designed to help parents and students learn about the CAA Student Score Report


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Guide to Understanding the CAASPP Student Score Report

A new resource for parents is available at cde.ca.gov/ which contains more information about your child’s score, the range of scores and achievement levels, and your child’s performance.


California Assessment of Student Performance
& Progress (CAASPP) Results

Beginning with the 2013–14 school year, CAASPP became the new student assessment system in California, replacing the Standardized Testing and Reporting system (STAR).

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Grade 11 — Early Assessment Program (EAP) Status

The California State University (CSU) and participating California Community Colleges (CCCs) will use the ELA and mathematics assessments of the CAASPP System to determine your child’s 2017 EAP status, which will provide an indicator of his/her predicted readiness to take college-level English and mathematics courses when your child begins college.

The CAASPP overall score and achievement level for ELA and mathematics shown on the front of your child’s report can
be used to provide an early indicator of his/her readiness for college-level coursework, as described below:

  • Standard Exceeded: Ready for English and/or mathematics college-level coursework.
  • Standard Met: Conditionally Ready for English and/or mathematics college-level coursework. Students earning a status of Conditionally Ready (Standard Met) can be exempt from the CSU's placement test and the Early Start Program by taking an approved senior year course and earning a grade of C or better.
  • Standard Nearly Met: Not yet demonstrating readiness for English and/or mathematics college-level coursework.
  • Standard Not Met: Not demonstrating readiness for English and/or mathematics college-level coursework.

Your child should visit the CSU Success Web page at http://CSUSuccess.org/ for information and steps to take in twelfth grade to be ready for college.

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This website provides examples of test questions on Smarter Balanced assessments in English language arts/literacy and mathematics.