Typically all North Carolina EOG testing occurs the last 10 days of school.  As you make plans and appointments, please protect these last 10 days from student absences.  See school calendar for exact dates and tests.

The Achievement Level Standards and their Descriptors allow you to compare your child’s performance to grade-level/course level expectations.


 

Achievement Levels

Meets

On-Grade-Level Proficiency Standard

Meets College-and-Career Readiness Standard

Level 5 denotes Superior Command of knowledge and skills

 

Yes

 

Yes

Level 4 denotes Solid Command of knowledge and skills

 

Yes

 

Yes

Level 3 denotes Sufficient Command of knowledge and skills

 

Yes

 

No

Level 2 denotes Partial Command of knowledge and skills

 

No

 

No

Level 1 denotes Limited Command of knowledge and skills

 

No

 

No

The new Achievement Level 3 identifies students who are prepared for the next grade but do not meet the college-and-career readiness standard. Having this new level helps teachers to better meet the learning needs of the individual student. Below is the newAchievement Level Descriptor for Level 3:

Level 3: Students performing at this level have a sufficient command of grade-level knowledge and skills, but they may need academic support to engage successfully in this content area in the next grade level. They are prepared for the next grade level but will need additional academic support in order to be on track for college-and-career readiness without additional academic support.

A complete list of the Achievement Level ranges and Achievement Level Descriptors are available by test at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/shared/achievelevel/. In addition, raw score ranges by achievement level are available by test at http://www.ncpublicschools.org/accountability/testing/technical notes.

 
 
 
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