New Jersey School Performance Reports

The School Performance Reports reflect the NJDOE's extensive efforts to engage with parents, students and school communities about what information is most valuable in providing a picture of overall school performance. 

NJLSA Score Report

NJSLA Science Results: Spring 2019 Administrations

The NJSLA–S measures student proficiency in the New Jersey Student Learning Standards for Science. One of the primary purposes of the NJSLA–S is to identify areas of curricular strength and weakness by examining the extent to which students meet the established performance expectations in science.  The New Jersey Student Learning Assessments are part of an ongoing system of activities that provide evidence related to student learning. Data from the NJSLA–S and from students’ daily interactions with teachers as well as from their performance on teacher and district-developed assessments combine to provide a complete picture of student achievement in science.

NJSLA Science Results: Spring 2019 Administrations

The Spring 2019 NJSLA assessments were administered to students in grade 3 through high school. English language arts (ELA) assessments focused on reading and comprehending a range of sufficiently complex texts independently and writing effectively when analyzing text. Mathematics assessments focused on applying skills and concepts, understanding multi-step problems that require abstract reasoning, and modeling real-world problems with precision, perseverance, and strategic use of tools. In both content areas, students also demonstrated their acquired skills and knowledge by answering selected-response items and constructed response items.