CA Test Prep
Make sure your student gets at least 8-10 hours of sleep. That is, their sleep routine should begin no later than 9 PM!
Secondly, make sure their student computer device is fully charged and brought to school each day.
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The practice tests provide students with grade-specific testing experiences that are similar in structure and format to the summative assessments. The training tests provide students with the opportunity to quickly become familiar with the software and interface features. The training tests are organized by grade bands (e.g., 3 –5). Click the image to learn more.
California's student assessment system is known as the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). The CAASPP System replaced the Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) Program. The primary purpose of CAASPP is to assist teachers, administrators, and pupils and their parents by promoting high-quality teaching and learning through the use of a variety of assessment approaches and item types.
Franklin Elementary entered CSI status in the 2018-2019 school year based on CAASPP results for English Language Arts. What this means is that Franklin scored in the lowest 5% of all Title I schools in the state of California. 2022-2023 Every Student Succeeds Act Assistance Status shows that Franklin is still in CSI this 2021-2022 school year based on the ELA CAASPP results.
Note: California's school accountability system, the Academic Performance Index (API) was based primarily on results from the STAR program plus the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). The API is an accountability system California first put into place in 1999 with the Public Schools Accountability Act (PSAA). The CSTs comprise the majority of the API, which is calculated annually based on a series of measures.