Take Part in a National Common Core Field Test!

For more than 30 years, Measured Progress has been a leading provider of customized item development and assessment solutions for schools, districts, and states. The company expanded its offerings to include a Measured Progress COMMON CORETM Assessment Program, which includes targeted Testlets, a new Item Bank, and professional development that together guide teachers as they prepare students for the increased rigor and cognitive demands of the Common Core State Standards.

This school year, Measured Progress will administer a national online field test that includes items from the Item Bank and Testlets. The purpose of the field test is to collect data that demonstrates how well items gather evidence of student learning for a particular standard. Field test data will allow Measured Progress to develop a national scale to compare individual student and group performance across test administrations. 

Benefits to Districts

The Measured Progress COMMON CORE Field Test provides an exciting opportunity to introduce your students and teachers to newly created reading and math items specifically developed to meet the rigor outlined by the Common Core Item Specifications and content frameworks. By participating in the COMMON CORE Field Test, your school or district can also receive a credit toward a future purchase of the COMMON CORE Assessment Program.

How to Get Involved

If you would like your school or district to participate in the online field test, click here to submit your contact information. A Measured Progress staff member will contact you to begin the enrollment process. 

Before field test administration, our staff will work with your appointed representative to register students, upload student rosters, and establish user names and passwords.

To learn more about the field test, read the FAQS or contact our Field Test Coordinator at 877.432.8294 or CommonCore@MeasuredProgress.org.

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