SY 24-25 Student Re-registration Window Opened on April 10

The Student Re-registration window opened on April 10, 2024. Parents should complete a re-registration for each currently enrolled student as soon as possible. During re-registration, parents must indicate whether their student will be withdrawing or returning for the upcoming school year.

System Wide Results

AAPPL World Language Assessment

The ACTFL Assessment of Performance towards Proficiency in Languages (AAPPL) is a web-based proficiency and performance assessment of standards-based language learning. It assesses tasks across three modes of communication (Interpersonal Listening and Reading, Presentational Writing, and Interpretive Listening and Speaking) as defined by the World Readiness Standards for Learning Language. DoDEA

NAEP

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is the only nationally representative and continuing assessment of what America's students know and can do in various subject areas. Assessments are conducted periodically in mathematics, reading, science, writing, the arts, civics, economics, geography, and U.S. history. NAEP does not provide scores for individual students or schools; instead, it offers results regarding subject-matter achievement, instructional experiences, and school environment for populations of students (e.g., fourth graders) and groups within those populations (e.g., Hispanic students). NAEP results are available on the Nations Report Card website.

CCRS Summative Assessment

CCRS Summative Assessments in Literacy and Mathematics are criterion-referenced assessments that measure how well students have mastered the College and Career Ready Standards. The goal of the CCRS Summative Assessments is to ensure all DoDEA students graduate college and career ready. These assessments will also help DoDEA students be better prepared to compete with other students across the nation and the world.

SAT

The SAT ® Reasoning Test is a globally recognized college admissions test that allows students to show colleges what they know and how well they can apply that knowledge. It tests students' knowledge of reading, writing and math - subjects that are taught every day in high school classrooms. Most students take the SAT ® during their junior or senior year of high school, and almost all colleges and universities use the SAT ® to make admissions decisions. DoDEA administers the SAT ®, but parents pay for their students.

DoDEA Americas
Year (% Participation) Number of Students Critical Reading/Verba Math Writing
2015 (N/A) 224 493 464 474
2014 (N/A) 207 483 462 462
2013 (N/A) 206 471 452 455
2012 (41%) 191 476 453 452
2011 (43%) 210 475 467 466
2010 (43%) 197 491 467 468
2009 (39%) 167 478 471 459
2008 (38%) 151 492 480 473
2007 (43%) 196 478 472 464
2006 (43%) 239 495 489 483
2005 (38%) 205 493 474 --
2004 (45%) 264 496 483 --
2003 (40%) 238 499 481 --
2002 (49%) 285 490 476 --
2001 (43%) 230 497 486 --
2000 (35%) 201 496 493 --
1999 (34%) 203 483 474 --
1998 (40%) 233 483 481 --
DoDEA Europe and Pacific
Year (% Participation) Number of Students Critical Reading/Verbal Math Writing
2015 (N/A) 1960 510 502 489
2014 (N/A) 2080 510 501 490
2013 (79%) 2083 511 503 495
2012 (75%) 2225 505 498 496
2011 (79%) 2172 506 497 491
2010 (72%) 1967 512 503 496
2009 (71%) 1843 508 501 495
2008 (70%) 1831 510 501 494
2007 (72%) 1915 515 503 498
2006 (70%) 1876 518 515 505
2005 (72%) 1995 516 508 --
2004 (69%) 1912 508 506 --
2003 (74%) 1992 510 500 --
2002 (74%) 1945 506 500 --
2001 (71%) 1915 506 499 --
2000 (64%) 1766 505 501 --
1999 (63%) 1754 501 506 --
1998 (62%) 1690 511 505 --

The SAT Reasoning Test is a test that measures verbal reasoning, critical reading, math problem solving, and writing skills related to successful performance in college. The current SAT scores reflect recent changes to the SAT which now includes three sections instead of two. The writing section was new in 2006. The SAT Reasoning Test is intended to supplement the secondary school record and other information about the student, in assessing readiness for college-level work.

"The most significant factor in interpreting SAT scores is the proportion of eligible students taking the exam - the participation rate. In general, the higher the percentage of students taking the test, the lower the average scores." College Board Press Release, August 28, 2001. The SAT results are reported as the mean (average) scores for each section. SAT scores in each section range from 200 (lowest) to 800 (highest).

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