What do the star early literacy scores mean?
® : Score. Definitions. Renaissance Star Early Literacy scores represent how well a student understands concepts and possesses specific skills that are important in the development of reading ability. These scores represent a snapshot of achievement at a specific point in time.
What is a Lexile range for star reading?
The Lexile Scale Lexiles typically range from 200 for beginning readers to 1700 for advanced readers. Lexile text below 200L represents beginning-reading material.
What does Star mean in reading?
Standardized Test for the Assessment of Reading
STAR, as an acronym, used to mean “Standardized Test for the Assessment of Reading.” This meaning is no longer maintained, as the company has created STAR assessments for skills in domains other than reading.
What does reading level 4.5 mean?
ATOS Book Levels are reported using the ATOS readability formula and represent the difficulty of the text. For example, a book level of 4.5 means the text could likely be read independently by a student whose reading skills are at the level of a typical fourth grader during the fifth month of school.
What does the star assessment measure?
The STAR Math assessment is used to help determine the level of a student’s math knowledge and skill associated with a core progression of skills. It helps our school monitor students on their path to College and Career Readiness and determine who may need additional support and enrichment.
What is the STAR percentile rank?
Percentile Rank (PR) ranges from 1–99 and compares student performance to other students in the same grade nationwide. For example, a student with a percentile rank score of 37 performed as well as or better than 37 percent of other students in the same grade nationally.
What is a 5.0 reading level?
4th Grade: 4.0 – 4.9. 5th Grade: 5.0 – 5.9. 6th Grade: 6.0 – 6.9.
How accurate is STAR reading test?
Brand new data confirms that STAR Reading Enterprise assessments are reliable and valid. We have just analyzed STAR test scores from a large, representative sample of all STAR Reading Enterprise tests administered in school year 2012–2013.