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Assessment Information

The primary goal of assessment in the Winnebago CUSD is to improve our understanding of student learning. Individual assessments provide a limited amount of information, but used in conjunction with multiple assessment results as well as other available information about a student, we can gain a deep understanding of a student's needs.

In addition to classroom assessments, the Winnebago CUSD administers several district required and state required exams

Assessment Laws

On January 8, 2002, No Child Left Behind was signed into law.  The purpose of the law is to ensure that each child in America, regardless of ethnicity, income, or background, achieve higher standards.

State Required Exams:

The Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) is administered to students in grades 3-8 each the spring. The test is designed to measure student achievement relative to the Illinois Learning Standards.  

District Required Exams:

Winnebago Math Historical Analysis

In 2009, 86.5% of Winnebago students were proficient on their state test (ISAT or PSAE) in Mathematics.  Winnebago students, district wide, score high in the data, statistics and probability strand. District wide, students have struggled with the number sense strand.