Illinois Assessment of Readiness

Illinois Assessment of Readiness
Posted on 02/25/2019
Illinois Assessment of ReadinessOur students take federally-required assessments every spring.  These assessments help us understand how our students are growing academically, compared to their peers across the state.  The state uses this information to provide more support and resources to the schools in the greatest need.  This year, the English/Language Arts and Math assessment for grades 3-8 is called the Illinois Assessment of Readiness.

The Illinois Assessment of Readiness is almost exactly the same this year as the PARCC assessment that students took last year, only slightly shorter.  The Illinois Assessment of Readiness measures the same Illinois Learning Standards and includes the same high-quality test questions that teachers and students have become familiar with over the past four years.

Our students should feel confident showing what they know and can do on the Illinois assessment of Readiness, even with the new test name and new look.

The Illinois Assessment of Readiness with change over the next few years, as the state works to make it more useful to schools and families.  Next year, we will have the results back from the test much more quickly.  The year after that, the test will adapt to each student, so we gain a better understanding of where each individual student is in their learning.  We will continue to be able to measure students' growth from year to year throughout these improvements.

Our students will take the Illinois Assessment of Readiness from April 1 - 18, 2019.
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