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Create an account and you’ll also be able to access and print results for multiple administrations and students starting from the Spring 2019 New Jersey Student Learning Assessment for English Language Arts and Mathematics (NJSLA-ELA/Math).
Click here for the current New Jersey High School Graduation Requirements for Classes of 2020, 2021, & 2022 (this may be changing in response to the Pandemic.)Click any of the boxes for more information on NJSLA AssessmentsAll students enrolled in English I, II or III, and students in Algebra, Algebra II or Geometry will sit for the NJSLA-M assessments in the spring. This test is completed online in school. The test measures students' mastery of New Jersey Student Learning Standards, and their readiness for college. Students will be scored using PLDs (Performance Level Descriptors). The scores range from Level 1 to Level 5.You can find more information about NJSL Assessments by going to this site... https://www.nj.gov/education/assessment/parents/Every Student Succeeds dictates that students must show proficiency in English and Math by the time they graduate. Passing NJSLA will satisfy that requirement.
- If a student in the class of 2020, 2021 or 2022 does not earn the specified cut off score for PARCC assessments, they must attain a qualifying score on another assessment such as PSAT, SAT, ACT, Military Entrance Exam in order to graduate.
Students are therefore required to do their best on every NJSLA end-of-year assessment when they are administered.