There are a lot of assessment providers out there, and they all claim to provide high quality. But how do you really know?
Determining the quality of an assessment requires a certain amount of expert knowledge and a lot of analysis. It involves weighing diverse considerations, including your purpose, alignment to standards, item types, fit with curriculum, reporting, and a variety of technical factors.
Help is available!
Fortunately, the Louisiana DOE has conducted a rigorous independent review of interim assessments and other curricular materials. You can learn a lot by reviewing their rubrics and the conclusions they’ve reached.
Or take a look at 7 signs of quality for ANet’s ELA and Math instructional interims! Our assessments are chock-full of useful features that help teachers respond to their students' needs.