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									By: Beth Still
   Students in grades 3-8
    tested once in reading
    and math

   Students in grades 10-
    12 using state-
    designed tests
   NeSA-R
   NeSA-M
   NeSA-Science

   NWEA MAPs

   Statewide Writing
   STARS Math

   STARS Science

   STARS Social Studies
    NORM-REFERENCED         CRITERION-REFERENCED


   Statewide Writing      NWEA MAPs
   STARS                  NeSA-R
                           NeSA-M
     Math                 NeSA-Science
     Science
     Social Studies
   AimsWeb
     K-8
     High School as needed
   Assessment              Date             Target Audience             Purpose
NWEA MAPs           Sept. 7-30th           Grades 3,4,5            State Reporting,
                    January 5-10           Grades 3,4,5            District/Placement
                    April 4-29             Grades 2,3,4,5
Statewide Writing   January 24-Feb. 11     Grades 4, 8, 11         State Reporting,
                                                                   district
STARS (Math,        Point of instruction   Grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,   State Reporting
Science, Social                            8, 9, 10, 11, 12        (AYP), District
Studies)
NeSA-R              March 29-May 6         Grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,   State Reporting
NeSA-M                                     8, HS                   (AYP), District
NeSA-Science
AimsWeb             Ongoing                Grades K-8; others      Progress
                                           as needed               Monitoring
• Consistency of
 measurement

• Help our district
 make correct
 inferences regarding
 students’ test
 performances
   Accuracy of inferences
    that are made based
    on students’
    performances on
    measurement devices
   Preference or
    inclination that inhibits
    impartial judgment.
 Determine needs of students
  and provide appropriate
  resources.
 Provide appropriate
  professional development for
  teachers to help them meet
  the needs of students.
 Help teachers make informed
  decisions and provide the
  best possible instruction so
  that all students can be
  successful.
 Keep parents informed about
  the progress of their child.

								
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