The summative assessment footprint will be reduced by approximately 60% next year.
- One testing window – mid-March and April
- All performance tasks will be moved to the interim assessment.
- No need to schedule building or district scoring days
- 2 stage adaptive assessment in math
- Last year math assessments had 4 stages
- Each stage will take approximately 45 minutes
- Estimated time between stages is less than 10 minutes
NEW – Interim Assessments will be available around the time school begins in August
- Supports and aligned to Kansas College and Career Ready Standards (KCCRS)
- Delivered in KITE
- Mini-test teacher choice
- Immediate results; local performance task scoring
- Allows for local growth calculations
- Predicts summative
- Tools and accessibility options similar to summative
2016 Assessment Scores
Summative assessment scores will be available for building and district review on the KSDE authenticated website in August. CETE anticipates releasing score reports on the KITE website about the same time. Since the science assessment was a field test, no scores or score reports will be released.