About The PARCC Test
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) is a group of states that brought teachers, administrators and experts together to develop tests to measure how well students understand and are able to apply the skills and knowledge required by the state standards. The PARCC tests are given annually in math and English language arts in grades 3-8 and are structured to be taken online for a more interactive test experience, but can also be taken with pencil and paper. The tests also are designed to provide educators with a deeper understanding of how students learn.
WHAT’S EXPECTED OF YOUR CHILD IN EACH GRADE?
The GreatSchools Test Guide for Parents explains the English and math skills your child is expected to learn in each grade. It also provides simple ways you can help your child at home!Learn More »
A Family Guide to Success
What do my child’s scores mean and how will they be used? What if my child did well on his or her report card last year, but not as well on the state test? Our Family Guide answers these questions and more!
Check out additional information from Scholastic and National PTA.
Visit understandthescore.org for a step-by-step walkthrough of what your child's score report means.
Find helpful resources to support academic, social, and emotional learning.
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