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TEA has reported STAAR 3-8 results will be posted to the Student Portal by June 14th, 2018 for parents and students to view.
Starting mid June 2018, STAAR performance information will become available in the Student Portal.  Parents can access their child's results and a suite of other resources to support summer learning by visiting TexasAssessment.com.  Please see the flyer for instructions.
La información de desempeño de STAAR estará disponible en el portal para estudiantes a partir de mediados de junio del 2018.  Los padres pueden obtener acceso a los resultados de sus hijos y otros recursos para apoyar el aprendizaje de verano visitando TexasAssessment.com.  Por favor, consulte el volante para obtener instrucciones. 
For help with accessing the Student Portal and your child's Access Code, click on the PDF below. 
Si necesita ayuda para entrar al Portal del estudiante y para obtener el Código de acceso de su hijo, haga clic en el PDF a continuación.
The New STAAR Report Card
The Texas Education Agency publishes STAAR report cards for all students every year. These STAAR report cards are often referred to as Confidential Student Reports (CSR). To improve communication and transparency with educators and families, TEA has conducted an overhaul of the STAAR report card.  The goal of the redesign is to create a family-friendly report on student progress, specifically highlighting growth and improvement as much as proficiency, while giving parents concrete tools to help with student learning.  It will be available starting in June 2017.  

STAAR stands for the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness which is the state's student testing program. The 2014 brochures below were produced by the state to explain the program. The Student Testing Program Guide summarizes information on the tests by various grade levels. The High School Testing Program Guide gives more specific information on End-of-Course exams. 
More information is available on the Texas Education Agency website.