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Annual Meaningful Differentiation
Website: http://www.ksde.org
Email: ksreportcard@ksde.org
Phone: (785) 296-3201

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Longitudinal Performance Level Reports

No assessment data available for 2019-2020

On March 20, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 National Emergency, the U.S. Department of Education (USDoE) invited each state educational agency to request a waiver for the 2019-2020 school year of assessment, accountability and school identification and certain reporting requirements. On April 21, 2020 the USDoE approved the Kansas waiver. As a result, the Kansas State Department of Education did not administer the state assessments scheduled for spring 2020. You will notice that there is no assessment data displayed for school year 2019-2020 on the Report Card. Additionally, no schools were classified for Annual Meaningful Differentiation or for Title I services and supports.

*To protect student privacy, when a subgroup has fewer than 10 students the data is not displayed.

Percent in each Performance Category and Percent Not Tested

Organization Level Program Year % Level 1 % Level 2 % Level 3 % Level 4 % Not Tested
Organization Level % Level 1 % Level 2 % Level 3 % Level 4 % Level 5 % Not Tested

Download Full Results (Large File - 28-68 MB)   (includes all applicable subjects, districts, buildings, grades and subgroups)

Students with Disabilities - By Test Type - All Grades

Test Type Level 1 % Level 1 Level 2 % Level 2 Level 3 % Level 3 Level 4 % Level 4 Total

Additional Information

Math Assessment Results

Kansas assessment results are now reported in four levels. Level 1 indicates that a student shows a limited ability to understand and use the mathematics skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 2 indicates that a student shows a basic ability to understand and use the mathematics skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 3 indicates that a student shows an effective ability to understand and use the mathematics skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 4 indicates that a student shows an excellent ability to understand and use the mathematics skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness.

Building, district, and state-level reports provide summaries of the percent of students at each performance level. Assessment results capture a point-in-time and represent one part of a student’s and schools’ overall educational experience.

(To protect student privacy, when a subgroup has fewer than 10 students the data is not displayed.)

ELA Assessment Results

Kansas assessment results are now reported in four levels. Level 1 indicates that a student shows a limited ability to understand and use the English Language arts skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 2 indicates that a student shows a basic ability to understand and use the English Language arts skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 3 indicates that a student shows an effective ability to understand and use the English Language arts skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 4 indicates that a student shows an excellent ability to understand and use the English Language arts skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness.

Building, district, and state-level reports provide summaries of the percent of students at each performance level. Assessment results capture a point-in-time and represent one part of a student’s and schools’ overall educational experience.

(To protect student privacy, when a subgroup has fewer than 10 students the data is not displayed.)

Science Assessment Results

Kansas assessment results are now reported in four levels. Level 1 indicates that a student shows a limited ability to understand and use the Science skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 2 indicates that a student shows a basic ability to understand and use the Science skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 3 indicates that a student shows an effective ability to understand and use the Science skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 4 indicates that a student shows an excellent ability to understand and use the Science s skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness.

Building, district, and state-level reports provide summaries of the percent of students at each performance level. Assessment results capture a point-in-time and represent one part of a student’s and schools’ overall educational experience.

(To protect student privacy, when a subgroup has fewer than 10 students the data is not displayed.)

DLM

The Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) Alternate Assessment System lets students with the most significant cognitive disabilities show what they know in ways that traditional multiple-choice test cannot. The DLM system is designed to map a student’s instruction and learning throughout the year using items and tasks that are embedded in day-to-day instruction.

History & Government

Kansas assessment results are now reported in four levels. Level 1 indicates that a student shows a limited ability to understand and use the History, Government and Social Studies skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 2 indicates that a student shows a basic ability to understand and use the History, Government and Social Studies skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 3 indicates that a student shows an effective ability to understand and use the History, Government and Social Studies skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness. Level 4 indicates that a student shows an excellent ability to understand and use the History, Government and Social Studies skills and knowledge needed for Postsecondary Readiness.

Building, district, and state-level reports provide summaries of the percent of students at each performance level. Assessment results capture a point-in-time and represent one part of a student’s and schools’ overall educational experience.

(To protect student privacy, when a subgroup has fewer than 10 students the data is not displayed.)


Math Assessment Resources:

For each of the four Performance Levels there are specific subject and grade-level Performance Level Descriptors (PLDs). PLDs define what students should know and be able to do at each of the four performance levels. For a deeper understanding of the assessment results and what the Performance Levels mean please go to http://ksassessments.org/pld

ELA Assessment Resources:

For each of the four Performance Levels there are specific subject and grade-level Performance Level Descriptors (PLDs). PLDs define what students should know and be able to do at each of the four performance levels. For a deeper understanding of the assessment results and what the Performance Levels mean please go to http://ksassessments.org/pld

Science Assessment Resources:

For each of the four Performance Levels there are specific subject and grade-level Performance Level Descriptors (PLDs). PLDs define what students should know and be able to do at each of the four performance levels. For a deeper understanding of the assessment results and what the Performance Levels mean please go to http://ksassessments.org/pld

DLM Resources:

Parent Interpretive Guide IM

Talking to Parents about Score Reports IM

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