The Louisiana State Department of Education released a platform for parents and teachers to help parents understand their child performance individual state assessment results for English Language Arts and Math for the year 2014-2015.
“Teachers and parents should use these resources to guide conversations this month on what to expect on the student reports. These resources offer a simple and clear look at how the data can be used to determine where each student is performing well, and where they need additional support in the classroom and at home to be successful.” said State Superintendent John White.
320,000 students took the new PARCC test in Math and English Language Arts statewide. This test helped in measuring student understanding the new expectations for English and Math which focuses on critical thinking, problem solving, and reasoning skills.