ASSETS Website

Website
| Author: Assessment Services Supporting English Learners through Technology Systems

ASSETS (Assessment Services Supporting English Learners through Technology Systems) is a state-led consortium that seeks to provide innovative and comprehensive assessment tools to help English learners (ELs) succeed in becoming college- and career-ready. The system will be operational in 2015-16.

ASSETS is funded by a $10.5 million Enhanced Assessment grant which supports the development of a next generation assessment system that measures students progress in attaining English proficiency needed to succeed in college and career. 

Audience:
Families & Community
Teachers
School Leaders
Topic:
Assessment
English Learners
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