CDAS

CDAS

As schools and districts become increasingly accountable for raising student achievement, the need for high quality classroom diagnostic tools has become imperative. National and state testing results shared with classroom teachers on a yearly basis are insufficient for making strategic instructional decisions on a day to day basis. While many districts and schools have moved to “benchmark” or “interim” assessments, given on a more frequent basis (quarterly, semester, or 6-8 week intervals), the cumulative nature of such tests are wholly inadequate for measuring student mastery of individual content standards, and fail to provide student achievement data in a timely manner.

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