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CASAS Implementation training is available in four modules specific to the needs of test administrators, instructors, and other staff. Agencies must complete Module 1 and either Module 2 or Module 3 to order and use CASAS tests.

Module 1: CASAS Implementation Basics

Module 2: CASAS eTests Implementation

Module 3: Paper Test Implementation

Module 4: Test Results and Reports
User Role
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Tester – Administer eTests only   Recommended
Tester – Administer Paper only   Recommended
Tester – Administer eTests and Paper Recommended
Instructors, Counselors, Coaches Recommended     Recommended

 ✓ = Required training

Check with your administrator about the training requirements for your agency to make sure you will be properly certified to use CASAS assessments.

Module 1 is an introduction to CASAS. This is an overview of the components of the CASAS system, including how to administer and score tests and interpret results. The module covers the materials that agencies need to order to get started with CASAS.

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Module 4 covers how to interpret and use test results and reports to improve instruction.

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The Exchange is a brand-new repository for original EL Civics instructional materials created by California WIOA, Title II: AEFLA/EL Civics agencies. Materials submitted on the EL Civics Exchange are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike (CC-BY-NC-SA) use. They are intended for WIOA agencies to share with appropriate credit to the authoring agency.

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Access Sample Test Items to familiarize students with CASAS test formats. Because they are not actual tests, they are not predictors of student performance and are not valid for level placement, assessment, or for reporting standardized scores.

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Use these Adult Low-Level Literacy Curriculum Modules with your low-level literacy students, including those with intellectual disabilities, in Adult Basic Education, Special Education and Rehabilitation, and Workforce Learning!

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QuickSearch Online is an easy-to-use database of instructional material titles coded to skill levels, CASAS Competencies, and skill areas. It provides an essential link between assessment and instruction in the CASAS system.

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