In this video, Laura helps her daughter Elyse understand her report card. They discuss what each new grade, or performance indicator, means and how the report card gives a more accurate picture of how children are doing in school based on the grade-level expectations, or standards, that students should meet by the end of the school year.
In this video, we discuss how students receiving special education services are graded.
In this video, we explain the answer to the frequently asked question: What can parents whose children have Individualized Education Plans (IEP) expect to see on their child's report card?
In this video, we explain how the new report card is different from previous report cards.
Here we talk about how you as a parent or guardian can know that your child is making progress toward end-of-year expectations.
In this video, we answer the frequently asked question: What happened to the "Child as a Learner" section that was included in traditional report cards?
Here we explain what the English Language Development score means and why you may see this on your child's report card.
This video explains what the English Language Development score means and why your child may not have one.
On your child's new elementary report card, you will notice a section that you haven't seen before: Social Emotional Learning Standards. This section looks at how students are growing and developing the skills they need to be successful in life and to be a strong part of the community.
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