Track growth in student performance over time for individuals and groups.
Determine college and career readiness with comparisons to established benchmarks.
Find out the degree to which students have mastered core learning standards.
Discover students who may benefit from intervention or bigger challenges.
The Iowa Assessments now have Forms E, F, and G, which are equivalent and built to the same content specifications. They provide comparable interpretations and the same detailed reports at skill and item level, so educators receive ideal support for pre- and post-testing models.
Paper or Digital
Choose from paper or web-based DataManager reports, or a combination of both.
Support for All Audiences
Get reporting for families, teachers, principals, or administrators.
The Right Focus
Get Item-, Test-, or Composite-level reporting.
The Iowa Assessments are built on a continuous vertical scale, Kindergarten to Grade 12.
Reporting shows tracking towards postsecondary education and predicts SAT®/ACT® as early as Grade 6.
Alignment to Targets
Cognitive difficulty of items are tagged to one of three different levels, and content is aligned to next-generation standards.
Mode of Administration
Choose from paper-pencil or online testing
Choose the Complete Battery for the broadest range of skills, or the Core or Survey Batteries to save time.
New choices enable you to pair administrations during the year.
With its efficient design and powerful reporting, the Iowa Assessments provide the tests educators need in the mode that works best for their district. See the breadth and content of the assessment forms in the detailed Scope and Sequences.
Scope and Sequence for Iowa Assessments Survey Battery; Forms E & F
Scope and Sequence for Iowa Assessments Complete and Core Batteries; Forms E & F
Scope and Sequence for Iowa Assessments Survey Battery; Form G
Scope and Sequence for Iowa Assessments Complete and Core Batteries; Form G
Individual student data lets educators know who may require intervention programs or advanced courses. Identified weaknesses can help explain learning difficulties and inform teaching, while recognizing strengths can be a starting point for building additional student skills.
Growth data can help educators plan district-wide instruction and implement swift curriculum changes. Student test results help determine the degree to which students have mastered core learning standards.
Test outcomes can guide administrative evaluation of the effectiveness of instructional programs, staff development, and curriculum.
Current assessment results can be applied to project student performance on future assessments so educators can adjust programs accordingly.
Test results will provide educators with reliable, valid data to support district and state reporting requirements.
Student performance can be compared to the results of local, state, and national groups according to research-based evidence.