CP Math (K-2) Interim Assessments Next Steps

Instructional Next Steps 

The CenterPoint Interim Assessments are meant to provide information about student strengths and areas of improvement regarding how well students can solve problems in mathematics aligned to the college- and career-ready standards. The score reports provide raw data that can be used to help inform instructional decisions, deepen educators’ understanding of their students’ learning progress toward college and career readiness, and determine patterns of student performance to diagnose students’ strengths and areas of need.  

Interim Expectations 

In mathematics, students meet expectations when they can:  

Students are likely meeting expectations when they score 70% or greater. 

Strategies for Supporting Students in Mathematics 

When students have not yet earned scores that indicate on-track performances, the following instructional supports may be provided: 


Math Resources for Students Needing Support 

First, consider utilizing the resources that come with the curriculum when considering how to provide support for students. Then, the list below may be of help. 

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