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District Testing Data for Spring 2021


Results from the spring 2021 Oklahoma School Testing Program (OSTP) provide the first statewide measure of student performance during the pandemic. Students in Grades 3-8 take assessments in math and English language arts (ELA) and students in Grades 5 and 8 take assessments in science. Students in Grade 11 take a state-developed science assessment as well as the ACT or SAT to fulfill high school testing requirements. 

Important Caveat - PLEASE READ

We urge caution when examining summary reports because of the possibility of uneven participation rates or because of changes to learning conditions that may have been disrupted by the pandemic. When participation on summative assessments falls below 95%, inferences about overall performance are uncertain. Therefore, it is particularly important that other information (e.g., opportunity to learn, mode of learning, access to grade-level content, attendance, course grades, etc.) be considered when interpreting your data to plan next steps. Additionally, because of unique COVID-related disruptions, we ask that you please consider your local context before comparing 2021 data to previous years.

How to View Results

To see visualizations on how individual schools performed, go to https://oklaschools.com/state/matrix/. Click on Oklahoma Data Matrix, then click on Visualizations to see participation rates, enrollment trends and performance data for the 2021 spring assessment for each district.

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Last updated on October 22, 2021