Washington State Testing

Washington State Testing2018-10-26T09:22:54-07:00

Washington State Testing Resources at your Fingertips.

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Standardized Testing in Washington State

The ESD 112 Student and School Success team offers personalized trainings and connections that districts and teachers need to support the state’s standardized testing program. A custom support plan could include training for new staff, support with the formative assessment process, or assistance in analyzing student data. Email kathy.whitlock@esd112.org for more information.

State Testing Resources

Washington students are tested regularly by the state to assess their progress as they move through school. State tests include Smarter Balanced, Washington Comprehensive Assessment of Science (WCAS), End-of-Course (EOC) exams and Washington – Access to Instruction and Measurement (WA-AIM). You can find more information at OSPI’s State Testing page.

Another valuable resource is Ready Washington, a coalition that supports college and career-ready learning standards.

Smarter Balanced Testing

Contacts

Contacts

For support, contact any one of our ESD 112 team members:

Effie Triol

Literacy K-4 Coordinator

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Email: effie.triol@esd112.org

Kathy Whitlock

Executive Director, Student and School Success

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Email: kathy.whitlock@esd112.org

Lori Oberheide

Assistant Superintendent, Communications and Public Engagement

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Email: lori.oberheide@esd112.org

Molly Daley

Math Coordinator

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Email: molly.daley@esd112.org

Stacy Meyer

Science Coordinator

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Email: stacy.meyer@esd112.org

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