Delaware Statewide Assessment Results
Assessments are an integral part of the instructional cycle and fulfill several purposes for educators, students, parents, policy makers, and community members. Assessments administered at the state, district/charter, and school levels combine to form a system of assessments with the goal of supporting student growth.
Our goal is to assist districts and charter schools throughout Delaware in their mission to prepare students for their college and career goals after high-school.2018-19 School Year Test Results
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- 2018-19 Executive State Summary for Statewide Assessments
This annual report summarizes state, district and school data/results for statewide assessments. This full summary is also broken down by:DeSSA ELA-Math (Statewide, District, School Data)DeSSA-Alternate (Statewide, District, School Data)DeSSA SC/SS (State Summary Participation only) Cut scores have been approved anddata will be released early in 2020.SAT (Statewide, District, School Data)ACCESS (Statewide, District, School)
- 2017-18 Executive State Summary for Statewide Assessments
This annual report summarizes state, district and school data/results for statewide assessments. This full summary is also broken down by:
- SAT Graduating Seniors
The College Board provides yearly SAT data on Delaware’s graduating seniors. This data is different than the SAT School Day data (above), which reports student scores on the SAT that is given during the Delaware school day. Delaware and the College Board have administered the SAT – for free – to high school students during the school day since the 2011-2012 school year.
- National Assessment on Education Progress (NAEP)
Provides data on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) test, also known as the Nation’s Report Card. NAEP is administered every other year by the federal U.S. Department of Education to students across the country in grades 4 and 8.