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Growth

Student growth measures the academic growth rates of groups of students from year to year. Schools are rated as Level 1 through Level 5. Level 1 indicates significant evidence that students are making less than expected growth while Level 5 indicates significant evidence that students are making more than expected growth. Put simply, growth is calculated by comparing students’ exiting achievement to their entering achievement. The growth measures are relative to students’ expected growth, which is determined by the growth that is observed within the actual population of Tennessee test-takers in a subject, grade, and year. More details about the statistical models and business rules are available here, and additional resources for interpreting the growth measures are available here.

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TCAP Participation Rate Comparison

  • 80% Tennessee Threshold

  • 95% Federal Threshold

What does this mean?

The TCAP Participation Rate shows the percent of students recorded as attending each expected TCAP assessment administration.

Why is this important?

Participation rates help show how well a school or district did in measuring each student’s learning. The participation rates across student groups can help with interpreting the Achievement and Growth data from the 2020-2021 school year.

In this school or district, the following student group(s) were less likely to test than the average student
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Growth

What does this mean?

Overall growth shows the amount of growth achieved by students. Based on the growth achieved by their students, a school is assigned a level between Level 1 and Level 5, with Level 5 being the highest.

Why is this important?

These level indicators give us a better understanding of how much growth students are achieving in a particular school or district. This allows us to see whether or not students’ achievement is increasing or decreasing over time relative to other students in Tennessee.

Comparisons Levels
School Levels 1
District Levels 1
 

Growth by Group

Student groups Levels
Economically Disadvantaged Levels 1
English Language Learner Levels 1
Students with Disabilities Levels 2
Combined Levels 1
Black/Hispanic/ Native American Levels 1

What does this mean?

This table displays the growth of students by group. Depending on the amount of growth achieved, each group receives a level between Level 1 and Level 5, with Level 5 being the highest. Any student group with 0 students are not shown.

Why is this important?

Growth can vary by school, district, and student group.

Subjects

ELA Growth

What does this mean?

ELA growth shows the amount of growth achieved by students in English Language Arts. This indicator considers student performance on state assessments for: Grades 3-8 ELA, English I, and English II.

Why is this important?

It is important to look at ELA growth to understand how schools or districts are best meeting the needs of their students when it comes to English Language Arts.

Comparisons Levels
School Levels 1
District Levels 1
 

Math Growth

What does this mean?

Mathematics growth shows the amount of growth achieved by students in mathematics. This indicator considers student performance on state assessments for: Grades 3-8 Math, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Integrated Math I, Integrated Math II, and Integrated Math III.

Why is this important?

It is important to look at Math growth to understand how schools or districts are best meeting the needs of their students when it comes to Mathematics.

Comparisons Levels
School Levels 1
District Levels 1
 

*These subjects are not part of the accountability system.

Social Studies Growth

What does this mean?

Social studies growth shows the amount of growth achieved by students in Social studies.

Why is this important?

It is important to look at Social Studies growth to understand how schools or districts are best meeting the needs of their students when it comes to Social Studies performance.

Comparisons Levels
School Levels Data not available or suppressed for privacy
District Levels Data not available or suppressed for privacy
 

Science Growth

What does this mean?

Science growth shows the amount of growth achieved by students in science.

Why is this important?

It is important to look at Science growth in order to understand how schools or districts are best meeting the needs of their students when it comes to science performance.

Comparisons Levels
School Levels Data not available or suppressed for privacy
District Levels Data not available or suppressed for privacy