Grade-Level Tests (sometimes used as pre/post tests) for Grades K-8 in Mathematics, Science, History/Social Studies, and Reading/English/Language Arts are aligned specifically and uniquely to the South Carolina Academic Standards. For high school, we have end-of-course tests for Physical Science, Biology, and United States History and the Constitution. Tests for the high school courses in Mathematics and English will be developed once the State releases blueprints for these subjects. A classroom management system with a class matrix, answer key, and student response sheet is included for each grade and subject. These instructional materials give specific and systematic assessment at each grade level. All of the materials were modeled after Flanagan's materials that are in 80% of Virginia districts. We have found the Virginia Standards of Learning compare favorably with South Carolina Academic Standards. Hence, we believe our experience should be quite beneficial to South Carolina educators. Our materials meet PASS and end-of-course specifications. At this time, many districts and schools throughout South Carolina are presently utilizing our products which are formatted like the SC high stakes tests.
Mini Tests in Mathematics, Science, History/Social Studies, and Reading/English/Language Arts grades are complete for each grade including high school. These materials allow for ongoing or periodic teacher evaluation of student performance. Each grade level strand and standard is evaluated individually and in depth. Many districts use these tests as benchmarks. There is a built in system for teachers to generate their own classroom, school, or district level tests.
We have produced materials for the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and English. At this time, we have grade-level tests for grades K-8, and item banks in the form of conventional multiple-choice and open-ended items for all grades and subjects K-high school. More can be found on our Common Core page.
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