STAAR EOC Longitudinal Summary 

STAAR EOC Academic Performance 

STAAR EOC Academic Performance

The STAAR EOC Academic Performance Report provides up to a 5-year display of academic performance at the all campus level that can be filtered to specific campus, grade level, student population, ethnicity and gender.

Normalization of previous years standards to current standard

Readiness standards have been normalized across years for Prior to 2016-17 Standards that were not reported using the new state standard of Did Not Meet, Approaches, Meets and Masters as follows:

Prior to 2016-17 Standard Not Met = Did Not Meet
Prior to 2016-17 Standard Level II Phase in I = Approaches
Prior to 2016-17 Standard Level II Phase in II = Meets
Prior to 2016-17 Standard Masters = Masters

Explanation of represented readiness values

Aggregated values for each tested subject are not calculated by scale score but rather by subject readiness standards coded in the data file. Due to the new standards reported within the data file for tested students, there are students that can be counted more than once within the reported values of readiness.


John Doe scored a 4122 scale score in his grade 9 Algebra I exam which falls under the “Meets” category. In the data file he is scored as a “1” in both “Approaches” as well as “Meets”.
So you will see John Doe counted once under the Approaches Category and once under the Meets Category.

Data file value representation on report for all subjects

Meets Grade Level in (subject) = No (0); Reported Academic Readiness = Did Not Meet

Meets Grade Level in (subject) = Yes (1); Reported Academic Readiness = Meets

Approaches Grade Level in (subject) = Yes (1); Reported Academic Readiness = Approaches

Masters Grade Level in (subject) = Yes (1); Reported Academic Readiness = Masters

Total Tested (Non-Duplicate Count) This count does not count each instance per student per subject. If a student is counted as tested in a subject they are counted only once and represented in this count.

Represented Percentage Values

Represented percentage values per subject are calculated by taking the subject academic readiness value divided by the total non-duplicate total tested count.

STAAR EOC Accommodations 

STAAR EOC Accommodations Report

This report provides an aggregate overview of all students testing accommodations as coded in their uploaded STAAR EOC  assessment files.

Results can be filtered by campus or record as well as focus list.

Reported results are broken down by the following Accommodations:

Large Print
Extra Day
Language and Vocabulary Supports
Content Supports

STAAR EOC Differential Report #

STAAR EOC Differential Report

The STAAR EOC Differential Report provides a side by side comparison for each campus by grade level, by subject for the last two years. The %Met value is color coded by met level and the +/- value shows if there were any gains or losses per subject from the Prior to 2016-17 Standard scores. Consideration of any yearly state changes to subject scoring should be considered at the local level when reviewing these results.

Overview of report item results as displayed:

Total Tested Column= Total number of students scored as STAAR (S) and Scored (S)

Total Met Column = Total number of students scored as STAAR (S) and Scored (S) with a met value of (1) for any Approaches, Meets or Masters.

% Met Column = Total Met / Total Tested

+/- Column = Difference between % Met Columns

Filter Options

Report results can be filtered by any combination of the following categories:

Special Populations
Test Year

STAAR EOC SCE At Risk Report #

Summary: This report compares 2 years of STAAR EOC achievement results by subject for at risk compared to non at risk populations with a gap breakdown and percentage difference between the two.

Usage: Information aids with State Compensatory Education (SCE) evaluation preparation to TEA when staged for improvement.

Data Sources: STAAR EOC Records


  • At Risk/Non At Risk based on STAAR EOC Administration


  • At Risk Percentage = Number of At Risk students reaching particular achievement / Number of At Risk students taking subject assessment
  • Non At Risk Percentage = Number of Non At Risk students reaching particular achievement / Number of Non At Risk students taking subject assessment
  • Gap = Not At Risk percentage – At Risk Percentage
  • % Diff = Most Recent Year percentage or gap – Prior Year percentage or gap
    • Highlighting indicates positive or negative movement
      • Green-positive movement
        • Note: negative numbers can be shaded green if the movement is in the right direction; For example negative numbers in the Gap % Diff for all achievements except for Did Not Meet are positive since the gap is closing
      • Red-negative movement
        • Note: positive numbers can be shaded red if the movement is in the wrong direction; For example positive numbers in the Did Not Meet % Diff on At Risk vs Not At Risk are negative movement since a higher number of students are failing


  • Year indicates base year of comparison to one year prior (Default most recent year of STAAR EOC results)
  • Multi-select Campus (Default All Campuses summarized)
  • Toggle Details/Toggle Summary (Default Toggle Summary)
    • Click Toggle Details
      • Review numerators and denominators used to calculate percentages
      • Drill down on numerators and denominators to view detailed student lists
Updated on 04/04/2023

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