Pre-k to Sixth-Grade
What is a standards-based report card?
A standards-based report card provides detailed information about a child’s learning and progress toward mastering a specific skill or concept.
Components of a standards-based system
Four parts make up a standards-based grading system: content standards, curriculum and instruction, assessments, and the report card.
Content Standards are what a student should know and be able to do at a given grade level.
Curriculum and Instruction
Curriculum and instruction are the roadmap for teachers to ensure that students are learning the skills for their grade level.
Assessments measure learning and the extent to which a student has met the grade level content standards
The standards-based report card shows a student’s progress toward meeting content standards (specific skills) up to that point in the school year.