Assessment data is a powerful thing. It helps identify individual student needs. It provides teachers with information for planning their instruction. And it enables administrators to track the progress of individuals, schools, and entire districts.
But data can also be overwhelming. It takes time—lots of it—to translate assessment data into meaningful instruction for each and every student.
Fortunately, that’s where we can help. Compass Learning® has partnered with leading nationally normed online assessment providers to simplify the process and get differentiated, assessment-based instruction to students faster. Our test translator tool imports test data, automatically transforms that data into individualized learning paths and delivers fun, dynamic, high-quality digital learning to students.
Students get exactly what they need when they need it, and teachers can breathe easier knowing that each student is engaged, supported, and accelerating down his or her unique learning path.
Find out more about our partnerships designed to help kids make greater progress, faster.
Northwest Evaluation Association™ (NWEA™) provides a computer adaptive assessment suite called Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®). Together, Compass Learning and NWEA have built links between the NWEA MAP assessment results and the Compass Learning digital lesson libraries. This provides each student with an automatic match between his or her RIT range at the sub-strand level as well as rigorous, research-grounded Compass Learning resources.
Compass Learning and Scantron® use sophisticated test translator functionality to integrate Scantron Performance Series® adaptive assessment data with our rigorous, research-based content solutions to create individualized learning paths for each student.
Renaissance Learning®STAR® is a computer adaptive assessment that quickly pinpoints student proficiency and identifies specific skills to accelerate student growth. Using a powerful test translator tool, Renaissance Learning and Compass Learning work together to turn STAR assessment results into individualized learning paths containing rigorous, research-based instructional content for each student.