Student Progress Testing

Some schools have an interest in measuring their students’ annual progress in one or more areas of literacy and/or language (e.g., reading comprehension, summarization skills, narrative expression, inferencing skills, writing, etc.).

Generally, schools with a large proportion of students with literacy, language, and /or learning difficulties are particularly interested in knowing where their students stand at the start of the school year and whether their general (and/or supplemental) curricula seem to be helping these students make appropriate amounts of academic progress.

Based on individual schools’ interests and needs, we can arrange to administer standardized and/or informal measures over the course of an academic year in order to identify their students’ strengths and weaknesses as well as measure progress in one or more areas of interest.


For more information about this service, please contact us.