Latest Evidence of Learning Shows Gains in Student Performance
At its March 28 business meeting, the Board of Education heard a presentation on the mid-year Evidence of Learning (EOL) data focused on grade-level proficiency using multiple measures to determine the success of students, schools and the district overall. The EOL framework uses measures, including classroom grades, data from curriculum-aligned assessments, and state and national assessments.
EOL mid-year data allows MCPS to examine how successfully students transition from one grade level to the next. The data serves as a checkpoint for how students in kindergarten, grades 3, 6 and 9, have transitioned from pre-kindergarten, grades 2, 5 and 8. They also provide an opportunity to see which students are meeting standards and to determine what supports are needed to provide for their continued success.
Read the entire press release.
To watch the staff presentation, visit the MCPS TV YouTube link.