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Assessment, Accountability & Research

The RISE assessment is a multistage computer adaptive criterion referenced assessment system that includes summative tests for grades 3-8. The system will include tests in English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, Science, and Writing. The assessments will be administered to students in the following grades:
 
Summative Test Grades
ELA 3-8
Mathematics 3-8
Science 4-8
Writing 5 and 8
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Utah Aspire Plus is a hybrid of America College Test (ACT) Aspire and Utah Core test items. This is a computer delivered, fixed form high school assessment for students in grades 9 and 10. The test will include subtests for Reading, English, Math, and Science. The tests will provide students a predictive score for the ACT, which is taken by all Utah 11th grade students and is the most commonly submitted college readiness assessment for local universities.
 
 
 
 
Teacher & Student Assessment Links
 
Illuminate                     VPORT                       Utah Compose                 Qualtrics
Illuminate Teacher Login           DIBELS/VPORT-Teacher            Utah Compose-Teacher                Qualtrics Login
Illuminate Student Login          DIBELS/VPORT-Student             Utah Compose-Student
 
     WIDA                 USBE Data Gateway
 
WIDA-Teacher          USBE Data Gateway
 
School Reports
 
PACE
The Governor's "On PACE 66% by 2020" initiative seeks to increase the state's educational performance. The vision is that by the year 2020 at least two-thirds of Utahans ages 20 to 64 will have earned a postsecondary degree or certificate. PACE School Reports evaluate the following key metrics of academic performance of Utah schools: Reading and mathematics proficiency levels in grades 3, 6 & 8; Overall school proficiency rates in English language Arts, Math and Science; Overall school performance including growth and achievement points earned; Percentage of high school seniors taking the ACT test; and High School graduation rates. Not all grades and subjects are included due to the fact that not all grades and courses have statewide end-of-year assessments (K-2, social studies, world languages, health, arts, health/PE, and advanced math such as calculus).
 
School Grading
As with the PACE reports, School Grading reports have been created by the Utah State Office of Education to assist in evaluating the academic performance of Utah schools in language arts, math (beginning in grade 3), and science (beginning in grade 4) using the results from Utah end-of-year SAGE tests. For high schools, graduation rate and percentage of students reaching ACT college benchmark scores are also included. Not all grades and subjects are included due to the fact that not all grades and courses have statewide end-of-year assessments (K-2, social studies, world languages, health, arts, health/PE, and advanced math such as calculus)