PARCC assessments in the District of Columbia are designed to provide accurate information so that teachers, parents and students can work together now to ensure kids are on track for the next grade and prepared for what comes after high school.
Parents and guardians will receive score reports from D.C. Public Schools in late summer, summarizing how their student performed on the English language arts/literacy and mathematics tests. The score reports in year two feature valuable, customized information on student score results, in an easy-to-read, simple format.
For more information and resources to help you get the most from the score reports, please visit the Office of the State Superintendent of Education or contact us with questions. We also encourage you to review the Parent Curriculum Guides, which give you the tools you need at each grade level to support your child’s learning at home.Visit D.C.’s PARCC Resources Page For More Resources
For state specific questions or to contact your local state official, fill out this form.
Families of students in grades 3-8 can take advantage of the GreatKids Test Guide for Parents to better understand what their child was tested on and how to support their child’s learning, grade-by-grade and subject-by-subject. To get started, grab your score report and choose your state and the grade your child was in last year. Also available en Espanol.