The Office of Assessment directs State and District testing programs and serves as the District Textbook Manager, District Report Card Coordinator, and District Comprehensive Health Education.Coordinator.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I find information about the different State assessment programs?Click the links below to find information about assessment programs by school level:Where can I find the most recent test results information?If you are a teacher in our district, you can access test results for your students with our Enrich program. Summative test results can be found on the SC Department of Education’s State Assessments Test Scores webpage (http://ed.sc.gov/data/test-scores).
How do teachers log into Enrich?
On the login page, select your school from the drop-down box. Your username is your firstname.lastname and your password is your computer login password.
How do teachers log into MARC (for MAP test reports)?
If you already have an account but have forgotten your password, go to the MARC website (https://teach.mapnwea.org) and click the ‘Forgot Username or Password?’ link and a new temporary password will be emailed to you. If you are a classroom teacher and don’t have an account, send an email to email@example.com to request an account.
Where can I find information about district and school report cards?
This info is available on the SC Department of Education website (http://ed.sc.gov/data/report-cards).
Where can I find the studies that link MAP scores to SC state accountability measures?
This info is available at:
- 2018 Linking Study: Predicting Performance on SC READY from NWEA MAP Growth
- MAP College Readiness Benchmarks: A Research Brief
- MAP Growth College Readiness Benchmarks (An Addendum with Preliminary Results Keyed on the SAT)
Where can I find a directory of SC districts/schools?
This info is available on the SC Department of Education website (http://ed.sc.gov/districts-schools/schools/school-directory/?activetab=search).
I’m writing a grant and would like to explore additional resources of comparative data. Where can I look?
ED Data Express (http://eddataexpress.ed.gov) and the National Center for Education Statistics are excellent resources (http://nces.ed.gov/ccd/schoolsearch).