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California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)

Check out two fliers from California State PTA on what the assessment scores mean and what questions parents should ask:

  • What the Scores Mean — Family-friendly explanations about the assessment scores

Double-sided (English/Spanish)
Single-sided English
Single-sided Spanish

  • Questions to Ask — Questions for families to ask to stay engaged in their child’s assessment and education

Double-sided (English/Spanish)
Single-sided English
Single-sided Spanish

  • Smarter Balanced Resources — This infographic from California State PTA and Children Now offers answers and resources on frequently asked assessment questions
  • Early Assessment Program — A flier from California State University, California Community Colleges and University of California outlines what the assessments mean for 11th-grade students

Download new parent guides from the California Department of Education and California State PTA:

Grades 3, 4 & 5 — available in English and Spanish
Grades 6, 7 & 8 — available in English and Spanish
Grade 11 — available in English and Spanish


Source: Student Assessments
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