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California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP)

To access the 2018 CAASPP Practice Test, please  CLICK HERE
 
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On Oct. 15, 2015 Assistant Superintendent, Instruction, Steve McLaughlin, and Director, Assessment and Accountability, Julianne Hoefer presented the 2015 California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress CAASPP Assessment results for Fountain Valley School District to the Board of Trustees. 
 
To view the Fountain Valley School District SBAC presentation please Click Here
 
To see more information on California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) from Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Click Here
 

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Schools Chief Torlakson Reports Across-the-Board Progress Toward Career and College Readiness in CAASPP Results

8.24.16: SACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced today that California students made significant progress in the second year of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) online tests, with the percentage of students meeting or exceeding standards increasing at every grade and in every student group.

Nearly half the students tested met or exceeded standards in English language arts, and nearly four in ten met or exceeded standards in mathematics (see Table 1). These online tests, based on California’s challenging academic standards, ask students to write clearly, think critically, and solve complex problems, just as they will need to do in college and on the job.

“The higher test scores show that the dedication, hard work, and patience of California’s teachers, parents, school employees, and administrators are paying off. Together we are making progress towards upgrading our education system to prepare all students for careers and college in the 21st century,” Torlakson said.

“Of course there’s more work to do, but our system has momentum. I am confident that business, political and community leaders will join parents and educators to help continue supporting increased standards and resources for schools.”

More than 3.2 million students took part in CAASPP, which includes a number of different assessments. The most widely tested are the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments in mathematics and English language arts/literacy, which are given in grades three through eight and grade 11.

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Please download our Parent Guides to CAASPP below
 
For more information on the CAASPP testing you can visit the CAASPP Website