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STAAR and TELPAS

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Parents and guardians are able to access their child’s STAAR and/or TELPAS results at TexasAssessment.com through the STAAR Student Portal. Instructions for accessing the STAAR Student Portal are detailed below.

STAAR Student Portal Log In Instructions

Visit TexasAssessment.com.

  • If you have your child’s Unique Student Access Code:
    • Enter your child’s Unique Student Access Code and Date of Birth
    • Click on “Log in to Student Portal”
    • You should then see your student’s performance results
  • If you do not have your child’s Unique Student Access Code:
    • Click on “Find My Unique Student Access Code”
    • You will then enter three items:
      • Student’s First Name
      • Student’s Social Security Number
      • Student’s Date of Birth
    • Click the “Go” button
    • After you see “Access Code Lookup Successful”, click the “Go” button again
    • You should then see your student’s performance results

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Testing Window: February 24, 2020 - April 3, 2020

 

  • Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS)

    TELPAS is an assessment program for students in Texas public schools who are learning the English language.  The Texas Education Agency (TEA) developed TELPAS to meet state and federal testing requirements.  Texas assesses English learner (EL) annually in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.  Students learning the English language begin participating in TELPAS in kindergarten and stop participating when their language proficiency assessment committee (LPAC) determines that they are proficient in the English language, and no longer qualify for ESL services. 

     

    For students in kindergarten through grade 1, TELPAS consists of holistically rated assessments in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.  The holistically rated assessments use classroom observations to measure students' progress in listening, speaking, and writing in English. 

     

    For students in grades 2-12, students who are learning the English language are holistically rated on writing.  Each student completes a minimum of 5 writing samples which are then rated by classroom teachers.  The reading, listening and speaking tests are administered online to measure annual progress in learning to read, listen and speak in English.