CSAP results are out and four schools in the Pikes Peak Region had perfect scores in either reading or writing.
Next year, the CSAP will be replaced by another assessment test for grads 3-10. Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP).
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Third grade reading scores were released yesterday in Colorado and one school in Colorado Springs had a perfect score.
Wildflower Elementary reported all their 3rd graders scored proficient or advanced in their CSAP test. Three fourths of the students in that school are considered low income.
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Colorado students will still take assessment tests next springs, but not the CSAP. Next year it will be the TCAP, or Transitional Colorado Assessment Program.
It will be administered to public school students in grades three through 10.
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CSAP scores are out, those are the tests to assess how students and their schools are doing at meeting state standards. This year District 20 on the north end of Colorado Springs scored very well. Among large schools District 20 has the highest percentage of students scoring proficient or better.... more »
DENVER (AP) - The Colorado Senate has approved legislation to replace comprehensive student tests with student assessments.
Under a measure approved Tuesday, students would be given three assessments: one to see what they know; one to see what they learned during the school year; and one diagnostic test so... more »
The Senate Education Committee has approved legislation to do away with comprehensive student tests and replace them with student assessments.
The legislation would end CSAP testing in the ninth, tenth and 11th grades and replace them with what lawmakers say is a more meaningful college readiness curriculum. Educators opposed... more »
The Colorado Department of Education says it plans to implement new standardized tests that could eliminate the Colorado Student Assessment Program, or CSAP. The department said this week that the new tests would not be in the form of CSAP's multiple-choice questions based on as many as 30 topics in... more »