2012 Standardized Testing at The Principled Academy: SAT 10
The online version of the Stanford Achievement Test Series
The current Stanford Achievement Test Series, usually referred to as the “SAT 10″, standardized achievement tests is utilized by school districts in the United States for assessing children from kindergarten through high school.
The Stanford Achievement Test Series is used to measure academic knowledge of elementary and middle school students. The reports include narrative summaries, process and cluster summaries, and graphic displays to clarify the student’s performance and guide planning and analysis. Administrators will obtain reliable data to evaluate progress toward meeting the challenges set forth by the No Child Left Behind Act and national and state standards and high expectations. Teachers receive specific information to support instructional planning for individual students and the class as well as to improve their teaching. Parents better understand their child’s achievement level and get direction for home involvement.
In 2012 all Principled Academy students tested scored at or above grade level.
PHS = Post High School