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The Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment Systems

The Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment Systems is used to determine student’s independent and instructional reading levels, teachers are able to observe student reading behaviors one-on-one, engage in comprehension conversations that go beyond retelling, and make informed decisions that connect assessment to instruction.

Measure of Academic Progress (MAP)

Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) creates a personalized assessment experience by adapting to each student’s learning level. You’ll have assessment data—and essential information about what each student knows and is ready to learn—within 24 hours. See more at:

Skills Navigator

Discover classroom assessment that makes a real difference for teachers and students. Designed for grades K – 8, Skills Navigator® helps close achievement gaps, use data to guide instruction, and support kids with diverse needs—on, above, or below grade level. See more at:


Early childhood educators need an efficient way to assess students in the early years, sometimes before students can read or write. Children’s Progress Academic Assessment™ (CPAA™) uses audio and visuals to gain insights into student’s skill gaps.  When students provide an incorrect response, CPAA provides scaffolding to help kids learn. Read more at


The Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) is a group-administered K-12 assessment intended to estimate students’ learned reasoning and problem solving abilities through a battery of verbal, quantitative, and nonverbal test items. The CogAT is one of several tests used in the United States to help teachers or other school staff make student placement decisions for gifted education programs.

Credit by Exam

Credit by Exams (CBEs) offer appropriate, reliable placement or credit for students in grades K-12. The exams are designed by curriculum experts and aligned to TEKS.  We partner with the University of Texas (UT High School) and use these exams for early acceleration.