The Road Forward: Spring Assessment Data Collection

Welcome to the Spring Assessment Data Collection Folder.

As announced in the February 25, 2021 broadcast memo, to fill data gaps caused by unusual statewide assessment circumstances and to ensure that New Jersey students are making meaningful growth toward grade-level standards, the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) will collect data from locally administered assessments that provide a snapshot of student learning during this school year.

The purpose of this collection is to obtain mid-year local assessment data that can be used to determine whether New Jersey students are on track to meet their grade level New Jersey Student Learning Standards (NJSLS) for this year. This unique collection is a direct result of statewide data gaps caused by disruptions caused by the COVID-19 State of emergency.

The data will be aggregated to inform a statewide snapshot of state-level data regarding student performance aligned with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards (NJSLS) and will be reported by grade level, content area, and by student populations.

Submission template, FAQ and technical assistance video supporting this activity can be found within this application.

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