New Jersey Student Learning Assessments (NJSLA)
In October of 2018, the New Jersey Department of Education ended its commitment with the interstate consortium that developed the PARCC. Students still need to be assessed yearly under federal guidelines. The state of New Jersey has adopted the New Jersey Student Learning Assessments (NJSLA), which are computer-based tests that assess students in grades 3-8 in English Language Arts and Math, and students in Science in grades 5 & 8.
The general dates for administration are typically mid-May. Schools have been given clearance to assign these assessments to students based on personnel and technology availability.
These assessments are a powerful tool for measuring student progress. Results help teachers guide and drive instruction to ensure every child is on the path to being career or college ready.
Check out the links under "Learn more about NJSLA" for more information.
Learn more about NJSLA
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