Like all of the previous state assessments, performance results from PARCC will be published as part of the annual School Performance Reports which measure the relative achievement levels of NJ schools (in addition to other measures like budgets and staffing). The PARCC consortia will use data from all testing states to make recommendations for performance levels (ex. Proficient, Advanced Proficient), though NJ has reserved the right to establish state-specific levels based on its own students.
In order to tie scores to performance reports, PARCC uses a district-generated ID number, student name, ethnicity, grade, teacher and the subject (ELA or Math). All other data about students is private and secure.