|These Microsoft Excel
templates are easy to use and enable administrators and teachers to quickly examine SOL
test results to find the answers to questions involving:
- The passing
rates for specific tests and/or content areas - broken down by school, teacher, student
sex, disability grouping, or any other "standard" parameter value;
of results by population groups, including sex, race, and disability grouping;
of the specific blue-print reporting category results for each test - an invaluable
exercise for determining areas of weakness in student achievement as measured by SOL test
of "basic facts" - numbers of students with specific test scaled scores, number
of questions answered correctly, and minimum passing "raw" scores;
- Listings of
students matching specific "search" criteria - especially important in
identifying students "on the bubble" and students needing
remediation/intervention in areas of weakness as indicated by category performances.
|Sixteen template sheets are included for viewing.
You may navigate through these sheets sequentially using the left and right arrow keys
located near the top of each page/screen. You may also navigate to any sheet by
first moving to the "Navigation Page" and
clicking on the name of the sheet you wish to view. You may return to the
"Navigation Page" by clicking anywhere in the page you are currently
viewing. Click on the logo, "Governor's Best Practice Center
Harrisonburg", at the top of each page to
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