Acuity (Grades 3-8, Algebra I, English 10)
The purpose of the Acuity assessments is to provide diagnostic measures for grade 3-8 students in English/Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies, as well as for students in Algebra I and English 10. Assessment reports provide standards-aligned performance data, which support an educator's ability to inform instruction at the student, class, school, and corporation level.
The 2014-15 ELA and Math Acuity Readiness Assessments for grades 3-8 are aligned to the college- and career-ready 2014 Indiana Academic Standards. The 2014-15 Science and Social Studies Acuity Assessments are available as Predictive or Standard Diagnostic, and Acuity Algebra I and English 10 are available as Predictive Assessments. Please click HERE for an overview of the Acuity assessments for grades 3-8, Algebra I, and English 10.
Assessment Blueprints: ELA and Math Readiness, Science and Social Studies Predictive
|Year||English/Language Arts||Math||Science||Social Studies|
|2014-15||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here||Click Here|
Assessment Blueprints: Science and Social Studies Standard Diagnostic
Assessment Blueprints: Algebra I and English 10 Predictive
|YEAR||ENGLISH 10||Algebra I|
|2014-15||Click Here||Click Here|
- 2015-2016 Indiana Assessment Windows
- Acuity 2014-15 Acuity Program Update PowerPoint
- Accommodations: Readiness ELA Items Aligned to Reading Comprehension
- Accommodations Resource Guide and Toolkit
- Accommodations: Predictive English 10 Items Aligned to Reading Comprehension
- Acuity mCLASS 2014-15 Window Adjustment Request Form
- IDOE Acuity Digital Library
- Learning Connection: IDOE - Acuity Diagnostic Assessments
- Math Reference Sheets
Schools can access the results of Acuity assessments throughout the year, as Acuity assessments in English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are administered at different intervals, dependent upon the assessment path (Readiness, Diagnostic or Predictive). More frequent Acuity assessments can also be administered for diagnostic purposes. For specific results, please contact the student's school.
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