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Understanding Your Child?s End-of-Grade Test Scores: Grades 3, 4, and 5.

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During the final three weeks of the school year, children in North Carolina take the state-required multiple-choice North Carolina End-of-Grade Tests in Reading and Mathematics. The End-of-Grade Testing Parent/Teacher Report provides test scores and information to understand their child?s scores. In addition, the End-of-Grade Testing Parent/Teacher Report offers suggestions about how parents can help their child improve in reading and mathematics. Test scores allow parents to compare their child?s performance with that of other students in the same grade at the school and with other students across North Carolina. However, test scores should always be considered along with all other available information provided about an individual's child.

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Date:May 1, 2004
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