The initial ELPAC is administered during a student’s first 30 days in a California school to determine their English proficiency. The initial ELPAC measures oral language consisting of listening and speaking along with written language consisting of reading and writing. The results of these areas identify how developed a student’s English skills are in the four domains. The graphics below highlight the breakdown by domain and grade level.
Upon completion of the Initial ELPAC, scores will be provided to the student’s parents along with an initial Title III parent notification letter. Below is a sample score report.