For all families, grades K-5! Well done article by the Elementary Principals Kelly and Smith.
One of the advantages of having a standards-based report of student progress is that it takes some of the ambiguity out of understanding your child’s progress. The ROSP is structured to provide families with a snapshot of the whole child. The report goes goes beyond academic standards and provides information on work habits, study skills, and social skills.
It is no secret that every parent wants their child to excel. It is this natural desire and drive that can muddy the waters when reading and interpreting a report like the ROSP. Our natural inclination is to look for ratings of 4 (exceeding grade level standards) throughout the report. The challenge in this mindset is that it does not account for the intended purpose of the ROSP and the natural developmental patterns of children. When reading the…
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