Use the following link to obtain Report Card results for the state, system, or school:
Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS) is a statistical analysis of achievement data that reveals academic growth over time for students and groups of students, such as those in a grade level or in a school. TVAAS is a tool that gives feedback to school leaders and teachers on student progress and assesses the influence of schooling on that progress. It allows districts to follow student achievement over time and provides schools with a longitudinal view of student performance. TVAAS provides valuable information for teams of teachers to inform instructional decisions. TVAAS is not an additional student test, but a useful tool to help districts make data-driven decisions.
Use the following links to obtain value-added reports for a system or school for the current school year:
Since 1998, the degree to which each Tennessee teacher has added value, as measured by average score gains, has been one component of the teacher’s annual evaluation process. The estimates of specific teacher effects on the educational progress of students is not public record and is made available only to the specific teacher, appropriate administrators, and school board members.