Individual Student Report Documents (ISRs)

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Understanding the Individual Student Report
The ISR provides information on how your student performed on End-of-Grade, End-of-Course, or NCEXTEND1 assessment. The scores on these assessments are only one of many indicators of how well your student is achieving. Test scores should always be considered along with all other variable with all other available information provided about your student.

 

TermDefinition
Achievement LevelsAchievement levels are predetermined performance standards that allow a student's performance to be compared to grade-level expectations. The column headings on the ISR outline each achievement level and the scale score range associaed with each achievement level. Four achievement levels (i.e., Not Proficient, Level 3, Level 4, and Level 5) are reported for EOG and EOC tests.
  • Not Proficient
    • Students who are Not Proficient demonstrate inconsistent understanding of grade level content standards and will need support.
  • Level 3
    • Students at Level 3 demonstrate sufficient understanding of grade level content standards though some support may be needed to engage with content at the next grade/course.
  • Level 4
    • Students at Level 4 demonstrate a thorough understanding of grade level content standards and are on track for career and college.
  • Level 5
    • Students at Level 5 demonstrate comprehensive understanding of grade level content standards, are on track for career and college, and are prepared for advanced content at the grade/course.
Three achievement levels (i.e., Not Proficient, Level 3, and Level 4) are reported for NCEXTEND1 tests.
  • Not Proficient
    • Students who are Not Proficient demonstrate inconsistent understanding of the North Carolina Extended Content Standards and will need significant support.
  • Level 3
    • Students at Level 3 demonstrate sufficient understanding of the North Carolina Extended Content Standards though some support may be needed to engage with content at the next grade/course.
  • Level 4
    • Students at Level 4 demonstrate a thorough understanding of the North Carolina Extended Content Standards and are on track for competitive employment and post-secondary education.
On-Grade LevelLevels 3 and above indicate a student's performance is on-grade level.
On Track for Career and College Readiness Levels 4 and 5 indicate a student's performance is on track for career- and college-readiness expectations for EOG and EOC tests.
On Track for Competitive Employment and Post-Secondary EducationLevel 4 indicates a student's performance is on track for competitive employment and post-secondary education expecations for NCEXTEND1 tests.
Your StudentThis bar represents the student's scale score.
Your SchoolThis bar represents the average school scale score based on the fall or spring test administration.
Your DistrictThis bar represents the average district scale score based on the fall or spring test administration.
QuantileThis is your student's Quantile score from the assessment. The EOG and EOC tests for mathematics are linked to The Quantile Framework® for Mathematics.
LexileThis is your student's Lexile score from the assessment. The EOG and EOC tests for reading are linked to The Lexile Framework® for Reading.
Percentile RankThe percentile shows a student performed at a level equal to or better than the stated percentage of students who took the assessment during the norming year (the first year the test was administered).


2019-20 Individual Student Report Documents (ISRs)
Listed below are the 2019-20 Individual Student Reports for the North Carolina testing program.


2018-19 Individual Student Report Documents (ISRs)
Listed below are the 2018-19 Individual Student Reports for the North Carolina testing program.