State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) Released Tests

The State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR tests) are standardized tests taken by most Texas public school students in spring of each year during grades 3-12.

For many years, the tests were difficult to find on the Texas Education Agency (TEA) web site, and you had to go to different pages to get the tests, answer sheets, answer explanations, etc. So every year, I would download all of them and put together a single download for each subject and grade level.

But TEA has now put all of the pieces for each test together in one chart on one web page. So there is no longer any reason for me to gather them and put them together.

I am discontinuing publishing STAAR tests on this web page. Please use the following links to find what you need.

For recent years' STAAR tests, answer keys, answer rationales, and other helpful information, go to the:
To help you understand your child's scores, go to the:
To see how any public or charter school in Texas performed on recent STAAR tests, go to the: Sorry, but there is no similar comparative measure for private schools.

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I hope you find these links useful.

This information provided as a public service
by former State Representative Scott Hochberg.

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