About the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP)
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About The Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) Tests
State Testing Information for Washington
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General Description of the Tests
Measurements of Student Progress (MSP)
Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL)
Washington Alternate Assessment System (WAAS)
Second Grade Fluency and Accuracy Assessment
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
Classroom-Based Assessments (CBAs) and Classroom-Based Performance Assessments (CBPAs)
Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) - Essential Academic Learning Requirements
- Students understand and use different skills and strategies to read.
- Students read different materials for a variety of purposes.
- Studens set goals and evaluate progress to improve reading.
- SYSTEMS: Students know and apply scientific concepts and principles to understand the properties, structures, and changes in physical, earth/space, and living systems.
- INQUIRY: Students know and apply the skills, processes, and nature of scientific inquiry.
- Students understand and use writing processes.
- Students write in a variety of forms for different audiences and purposes.
- Students write clearly and effectively.
- Students analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of written work.