DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF DATA SERVICES AND TESTING, Michael Coppa
TESTING: LOCAL AND STATE TESTING WITHIN NORTH CANTON CITY SCHOOLS
On average, Ohio has 1.6 million children in K-12 public schools. State testing, which is designed to measure student achievement includes grades 3-12 in the areas of:
English Language Arts
Mathematics (including Algebra and Geometry)
Science (including Biology)
American History and American Government
Within North Canton City Schools, students in grades K-8 also take diagnostic tests designed to monitor student achievement in the areas of Reading and Mathematics. Measures of Academic Progress, or MAP assessments are given three times throughout the school year (Fall, Winter and Spring) for classrooms teachers to become better informed of student progress.
RESOURCES FOR CONSIDERATION
Assessment Toolkit for Parents LINK
A Family Guide to MAP Growth (local assessment) LINK
State Testing Question Types LINK
Ohio's Graduation Requirement LINK
You will find, in multiple languages, Family Interpretive Guides for the Ohio State tests at the following site:
The interpretive guides are designed to help families understand the content of the Ohio's State Tests score reports and what the results mean for their student.