Rubric for District Report Card Report



Criterion

4

Exceptional

3

Acceptable

2

Marginal

1 or 0

Unacceptable



Score

Completeness
You address all aspects and reported categories of the district report card. You address most aspects and categories of the district report card. You address select aspect of the district report card and omit categories. You address few, if any, aspects of the district report card.  
Analysis and comparison You present a detailed and cogent analysis of the district report card in relation to state averages, citing numbers and percentages. You present a clear analysis of the district report card in relation to state averages, citing numbers and percentages. You present a selective analysis of the district report card in relation to state averages, citing few numbers and percentages. You present a limited analysis of the district report card with little, if any, comparison of numbers and percentages.  
Explanation of differences You offer detailed and wide-ranging reasons for differences between the district report card and state averages involving the total community. You offer detailed reasons for differences between the district report card and state averages. You offer basic reasons for differences between the district report card and state averages. You offer insufficient reasons for differences between the district report card and state averages.  
Identification of trends You identify and relate multiple trends from the report card analysis. You identify and relate at least two trends from the report card analysis. You identify trends but do not relate them. You identify few, if any, trends.  
Overall presentation (format, style, and writing mechanics) Your report is well-written and insightful; it includes thorough details and relevant data and information and is extremely well-organized. Your report is well-written; it includes sufficient details and relevant data and information and is well-organized. Your report is carelessly written; it gives insufficient detail and relevant information and lacks organization. You report is poorly written; it lacks detail and relevant information and is poorly organized.  

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Note: Criteria are evaluated on a 4-3-2-1-0 basis. Total rubric points are converted first to a letter grade and then to a numerical equivalent based on a 0–100 scale: 19–20 = A (93–100); 18 = A– (90–92); 17 = B+ (88–89); 14–16 = B (83–87); 13 = B– (80–82); 12 = C+ (78–79); 9–11 = C (73–77); 8 = C– (70–72); 4–7 = D (60–69); 0–3 = F (below 60).