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STAAR 3-8 Student SE Breakdown 

Reporting Category Grouping

The reporting category will group all associated Student Expectations by reporting category that were tested for the specified administration. Note that the Teacher of Record is pulled from the Class Roster Winter Enrollment collection.

RC MAST % – Reporting Category Mastery % is provided at the end of each grouped row which represent the total number of test items scored correctly over the total number of test items. Items that were missed will be highlighted in red.

RC MAST Total % – At the bottom of each list an RC Mastery # Total % calculates the grouped reporting category row met values over the entire grouped reporting category tested values to provide a total percentage for the found reporting category.

Example: Reporting Category 1 RC 1 Mast %
Student A: 8 tested items correct / 8 tested items = 100%
Student B: 7 tested items correct / 8 tested items = 87.5%
Student C: 6 tested items correct / 8 tested items = 75.0%
Student D: 8 tested items correct / 8 tested items = 100%
Total: 29 total tested items correct / 32 tested items = 90.6%

Student Expectation (SE) Category Grouping

The Student Expectation (SE) category will group all associated Student Expectations by reporting category item number that were tested for the specified administration.

SE % Total– At the bottom of each list an SE total % calculates the grouped SE row met values over the entire grouped SE tested values to provide a total percentage for the found SE.


Example: SE % Total
Total: 13 total tested SE items correct / 16 total tested SE items = 81.2%

Overall Total Grouping

The overall % correct by row
The overall % correct by row represents the total number of missed items, total tested items and total correct responses per row for all reporting categories.

The overall total %
The overall total % correct represents the total number of missed items, total tested items and total correct responses for all rows for all reporting categories.

Example: SE % Total
142 total tested items Correct / 160 total tested items = 88.7%

Updated on 10/11/2021

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