The Texas Education Agency recently released results of the 2019 spring State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness tests.
Parents may view their child’s individual results and obtain developmental tools online in English and Spanish at texasassessment.com. Among the resources available to parents on the website, in addition to their child’s test scores, is the student’s “question-by question performance data, a step-by-step guide to understanding STAAR scores, sample STAAR test questions, tutorials, and practice tests,” according to a recent TEA news release.
“Parents are a child’s first teacher. The information available at texasassessment.com gives parents valuable information and resources that can help foster a love of learning in their child,” said Commissioner of Education Mike Morath in the release. “We hope parents take time over the summer to explore these tools designed to encourage continued learning and preparation for the coming school year.”
To view the test scores, parents must enter an access code which they can obtain on the Texas Assessment website.