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Student Assessment Systems allow teachers and administrators to evaluate the academic performance of students.  Good systems utlize both formative (frequent, on-going, and less formal assessments) and summative tests (e.g benchmarks or unit tests).  Most systems offer a suite of analytic tools to identify strengths and weaknesses and measure progress towards standards mastery.

 

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ACT Aspire
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The goal of Aspire is to identify learning gaps early on to help students stay on track for college readiness, while also preparing students for the content on the ACT. To do that, Aspire will also track college readiness using the ACT’s benchmarks.  The Aspire has five sections that align with the ACT Plus Writing subject areas: Reading, English, Math, Science, and Writing.  Aspire includes a wide variety of question types.  Aspire questions can be multiple choice, short answer, or long answer (including essays and narratives). The questions also make students rearrange lists, correct math problems, or pick multiple answers from a set of choices. So even though the content is similar to the ACT's, the Aspire as a test is quite different.

ADAM (Adaptive Diagnostic Assessment of Math)
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ADAM is a K-7 comprehensive, diagnostic assessment of mathematics. It is aligned with NCTM’s (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) five content strands. ADAM K-7 thoroughly assesses a student’s complete mathematical understanding to provide a comprehensive picture of his or her strengths and weaknesses. In addition, ADAM K-7 uses revolutionary adaptive logic to maximize the amount of information obtained on each student while minimizing test-taking time and anxiety.
Aeries Assessment
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The Aeries Student Information System Language Assessment Data form is used to store information pertaining to any language assessment program that a student may need or is currently participating within. This information can be entered at the school level or the District. 

aimswebPlus
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aimswebPlus is a tool for teachers and educational teams in MTSS/RTI and special education contexts. aimswebPlus offers nationally-normed, skills-based benchmark assessments and progress monitoring integrated into one application across reading and math domains with additional add-on measures across dyslexia and behavior/social-emotional skills. aimswebPlus informs daily instruction and provides growth results to caregivers and district/state audiences in reading and math achievement using curriculum-based assessment and standards-aligned content for students in PreK through Grade 12. Additionally, aimswebPlus links to instructional resources to support growth in reading, writing, and math skills. aimswebPlus uncovers learning gaps quickly, identifies at-risk students, and assesses growth at the individual and group levels.
Diagnostic Online Reading Assessment (DORA) by Let’s Go Learn
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Let’s Go Learn’s DORA assessment series diagnostically evaluates each student’s reading abilities while providing the highest level of reliability and accuracy. By employing revolutionary adaptive logic and focusing on diagnostic test design, Let’s Go Learn’s assessments maximize the information obtained about each student while minimizing test-taking time and anxiety. The granular data captured by each assessment offers classroom teachers a comprehensive and actionable picture of each student.

Dibels
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DIBELS ® (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) is a set of procedures and measures for assessing the acquisition of literacy skills. They are designed to be short (one minute) fluency measures that can be used to regularly detect risk and monitor the development of early literacy and early reading skills in kindergarten through eighth grade.

DIBELS was developed to measure recognized and empirically validated skills related to general reading outcomes. Each subtest has been thoroughly researched and demonstrated to be a reliable and valid indicator of early literacy development. When implemented as recommended, DIBELS results can be used to evaluate individual student development as well as provide grade-level feedback toward validated instructional objectives.

The research-based subtests are predictive of later reading proficiency and contribute to a composite score that is the single best predictor of later reading development. The measures are consistent with many of the Common Core State Standards in Reading, especially those for Foundational Skills. Combined, the measures form an assessment system of early literacy development that allows educators to readily and reliably determine student progress in kindergarten through eighth grade.
DOMA (Diagnostic Online Math Assessment)
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While researchers are still investigating how to accurately diagnose dyscalculia, we know that using DOMA, our diagnostic assessment, will find students' learning gaps as they relate to their grade level performance. LGL Math Edge uses this diagnostic data to provide targeted, customized learning activities. Then teachers can monitor student progress with our formative assessments to address learning issues caused by dyscalculia.
DRA3 by Pearson Assessments
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DRA3 provides educators and their classrooms a criterion-based, authentic benchmark/interim assessment evaluating student reading level and reading behaviors in Kindergarten through Grade 8. DRA3 determines independent or instructional levels on reading engagement, oral reading fluency, and reading comprehension. For struggling readers, DRA3 helps create instructional groupings and informs instructional practice through progress monitoring and targeted skill-based interventions. The DRA3 Word Analysis is a collection of brief structured literacy assessment tasks with scripted lessons for instruction. The DRA3 is the most current version of the DRA.
easyCBM
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easyCBM assessments are curriculum-based measures (CBMs). CBMs are standardized measures that sample from a year's worth of curriculum to assess the degree to which students have mastered the skills and knowledge deemed critical at each grade level. They are also known as “general outcome measures.”
edcite
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Edcite enables teachers to create high-quality, easily customizable, interactive content to fit their class. Our mission is to improve teacher efficacy and student learning through an engaging digital experience.  We address a critical issue for students who are unfamiliar with online standardized assessments that are required as most states begin to move towards the Common Core standards. This lack of familiarity limits students' ability to adequately demonstrate their learning and can affect their progress through the K12 system.    At Edcite, students can use our library of teacher-created assignments to get unlimited practice on relevant assignments; and they can get immediate feedback on their performance. 


Edulastic
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Edulastic is a user-friendly online assessment system that provides instant data for teachers, administrators and students. Unlike most other tools, Edulastic is designed to serve as a common benchmark system and teacher formative assessment tool in one. School and district leaders can give secure assessments to track progress while teachers find it easy to spot problem areas and act immediately to fix them. 

ELLevation
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The most comprehensive software specifically designed for EL educators and the English Learners they serve.  
ESGI - Easy Progress Monitoring
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Over 2000 pre-loaded assessments in reading for K-12 students.  Instructional resources, and reports.
Fastbridge
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The only universal screening, diagnostic reporting, and progress monitoring tool to combine Computer-Adaptive Testing (CAT) with Curriculum-Based Measures (CBM).

ati-logo
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Galileo's comprehensive assessment system makes it the clear choice for educators focused on promoting learning. The Galileo comprehensive assessment system is designed to help inform the many types of educational decisions that impact student learning and success. The Galileo comprehensive assessment system is the assessment solution you have been searching for with easy-to-use tools and robust item banks.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Math Inventory
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HMH Math Inventory is an adaptive, research-based assessment that reliably measures math ability and progress from Kindergarten to Algebra II in significantly less time than traditional assessments. Smart praise, based on mindset research, reinforces student knowledge and keeps confidence high throughout the assessment. Once complete, teachers are provided with data that have been transformed into actionable teaching strategies for each student.
I-Ready
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i-Ready® answers “why?” and delivers “what's next?”    Built for the Common Core, i-Ready combines a valid and reliable growth measure and individualized instruction in a single online product that saves teachers time at a fraction of the cost of similar products.

Illuminate DNA
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The Complete Achievement System! You need good data to improve instruction, and it starts with assessments. DnA provides teachers with one place to seamlessly build and administer formative assessments, capture and analyze multiple sources of data to inform instruction, and direct students to learning resources needed to support specific, targeted standards. 

ISIP
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ISIP™, Istation’s Indicators of Progress, Early Reading (ISIP Early Reading) is a sophisticated, webdelivered Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT) system that provides Continuous Progress Monitoring (CPM) by frequently assessing and reporting student ability in critical domains of reading throughout the academic years. ISIP Early Reading is the culmination of many years of work begun by Joseph K. Torgesen, Ph.D.and Patricia G. Mathes, Ph.D. on extending computerized CPM applications to beginning readers.Designed for students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 3, ISIP Early Reading provides teachers and other school personnel with easy-to-interpret, web-based reports that detail student strengths and deficits and provide links to teaching resources. Use of this data allows teachers to more easily make informed decisions regarding each student’s response to targeted reading instruction and intervention strategies
IXL Real Time Diagnostic
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IXL's Diagnostic is a flexible tool that reveals exactly what students know and helps you take actionable steps to foster growth at every level.

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Literably is a literacy assessment for grades K-8 designed to inform instruction, screen students for reading difficulties, identify students’ reading levels, and monitor students’ response to intervention. The data needed to do this are generated by a student reading a short passage out loud into a device and answering several comprehension questions.

Map Growth NWEA
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MAP Growth, part of the Growth Activation Solution from NWEA, is the most trusted and innovative assessment for measuring achievement and growth in K–12 math, reading, language usage, and science. It provides teachers with accurate, actionable evidence to help inform instructional strategies regardless of how far students are above or below grade level. It also connects to the largest set of instructional content providers, giving educators flexibility in curriculum choices. 
MasteryConnect| Assessment and Benchmark Software
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MasteryConnect is the new tool educators are using in their classrooms to help create formative assessments, plan curriculums, administer benchmark assessments, and collaborate with other teachers. By using MasteryConnect, teachers are given access to mobile apps such as: Common Core Standards, Next Generation Science Standards, MC Teacher, and MC Student, which are all compatible with Apple and Android.

mCLASS Assessment
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mCLASS is an integrated, gold standard literacy system based on the science of reading that offers teacher-administered assessment and intervention for grades K–6.
Naiku Assessment
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Complete Assessment Solution. Measure and track student proficiency by standard in any subject for informed and differentiated instruction. Comprehensive – everything from individual classroom assessments to common formative and school/district wide benchmark assessments. Online or print – students can use any web enabled device or plain-paper printed bubble sheets.

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