Some measures and social factors are unavailable in grade 3 for the year 2010. To see a full list, please change the year range to exclude year 2010.
Since autumn 2018, Grade 7 students are also participating on the ÉpStan competence tests. Since the ÉpStan in 7e are only carried out on a tablet, only those pupils who had a tablet available for testing could take part. Therefore, only about half of all Grade 7 students are currently taking part. When interpreting the results, it is most important to consider that the tested students are not representative of the entire population of 7e students.
Welcome to the ÉpStan Dashboard!
The Luxembourg school monitoring programme “Épreuves Standardisées” (ÉpStan) assesses students’ academic competencies, learning motivation and attitudes towards school at the beginning of each learning cycle of compulsory education (i.e., at the beginning of grade levels 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9). Each year, the entire student population in each of the concerned grade levels participates in the ÉpStan (ca. 28.000 students). Through the unique Luxembourg school monitoring programme, LUCET, the Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing, is not only providing timely and policy-relevant information to national educational stakeholders, but also assembling a unique and incredibly rich longitudinal database—future panels are actually entire cohorts—about the evolution of students’ competency profiles and their pathways through school—and possibly through life. With the ÉpStan Dashboard, you can browse the unique ÉpStan database, and create tailor-made report documents according to your domain of interest or research question. Simply select the grade level, time period and test of interest, tick your preferred method of displaying the results (means or proficiency levels), and choose up to two social factors (e.g. gender, language background) to group the requested data. Get started!