Student Proficiency is the measure used to determine student academic achievement. Students who earn a passing score on the state assessment are deemed proficient. Proficiency calculations will be determined based on the assessed population of students at each school. In order for student results to be included in the school’s proficiency rate, students must be continuously enrolled at the school on or before validation day until the start of the state assessment window.
Elementary Schools were measured on:
Middle Schools were measured on:
High Schools were measured on:
Students with Individual Education Plans (IEP) participate in the Nevada Alternate Assessment (NAA) instead of the CRT. Due to delay in obtaining NAA scores from the State’s assessment vendor; NAA results were not included in the 2017-2018 NSPF School Ratings.
“Nevada Report Card.” Nevada Report Card, 21 August. 2018. nevadareportcard.com/DI/Content/pdf/schoolratingguide.pdf.