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STAR 2002 Reports

No individual student scores are reported on the Internet. Individual student scores are confidential and may be reviewed only by students' teachers and parents or guardians. The California Standards and Stanford 9 Test scores are printed on STAR Parent Reports that school districts must forward to parents/guardians within 20 working days from when they are received in each district. SABE/2 results are reported on Home Reports. Districts are also required to forward these to parents/guardians within 20 working days of when the reports are received in each district. Most parents/guardians should receive their children's test results no later than the middle of August. The test results for individual students are available only from the school or district where the student was tested.

Schools receive a second copy of the STAR Parent Report. Teachers can use these reports to help identify individual student's strengths and weaknesses on the California Academic Content Standards.

In addition to the Internet reports, schools and districts receive reports that summarize how groups of students' performed on the tests and score labels to insert into students' permanent records. The STAR parent, school, district and county reports include more detailed information than is reported on the Internet. This is to provide information that the schools can use to evaluate the effectiveness of various aspects of their instructional programs to determine if supplemental materials and/or methods should be considered to help improve achievement on California's Academic Content Standards. In order to do this student, school and district reports include information about student performance on strands or clusters of the academic content standards, as well as the scaled score and performance standard results.

To protect student privacy, asterisks appear on the Internet reports whenever 10 or fewer students had valid test scores.

NOTE: Portions of "STAR 2002 Reports" are specifically related to the STAR 2002 results. For information about previous years' STAR results, see "About the Scores" for the year(s) of interest.

California Content Standards and Stanford 9 reports are available at the state, county, district, and school levels for the following groups:

  • All Students
  • English Learners or ELs (limited English proficient students)
    • who were enrolled in California public schools less than 12 months
    • who were enrolled in California public schools 12 months or more
  • English Only and Fluent-English Proficient Students
  • Males
  • Females
  • Economically Disadvantaged Students
  • Non-Economically Disadvantaged Students
  • Students Receiving Special Education Services
  • Students Not Receiving Special Education Services
  • English Learners Tested with Accommodations
  • Students Receiving Sp Ed Services Tested with Accommodations

These reports include:

  • California Standards Test results for all students tested except for students who were administered tests for grade levels other than the one in which they were enrolled.
  • Stanford 9 results for tests administered with no accommodations including tests that were one year below students' grade levels.