TAKS–M Understanding the Confidential Student Report—Texas Projection Measure

 

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The Texas Projection Measure (TPM) is an estimate of whether a student is likely to meet the standard (pass) and/or achieve commended performance (obtain the highest performance level) on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills–Modified (TAKS–M) tests at a future grade. This measure is based on (1) a student’s current performance on TAKS–M and (2) the TAKS–M scores of other students in the same enrolled grade in the student’s school district.

The following samples explain the TPM results for students who took TAKS–M in English. The brochures are available in English and Spanish. These samples are representative of how the TPM would be reported for other grades.


For additional information, contact:

Student Assessment Division
1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 3-122A
Austin, Texas 78701
512/463-9536
assessment.studentswithdisabilities@tea.state.tx.us

Last updated: May 12, 2011

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