CASAS has received seven-year approval from OCTAE for each of its three new test series! Your program will be able to use these new series once approval is published in the Federal Register, and the series are incorporated into state assessment policies.
This training aims to quickly teach you the essentials of testing management with CASAS eTests software in easy-to-follow lessons. This is a hands-on, user-friendly, self-paced tutorial to help you become familiar with using CASAS eTests in a coordinator role.
This training aims to quickly teach you the essentials of administering tests with CASAS eTests software in easy-to-follow lessons. This is a hands-on, user-friendly, self-paced tutorial to help you become familiar with using CASAS eTests in a proctor role.
Familiarize students with the eTests format. Because these sample items are not actual tests, they are not predictors of student performance and are not valid for level placement, assessment, or reporting standardized scores.
Do you need cost-effective assessment options? Programs (including WIOA Title I and Title II-funded programs) confidently use CASAS eTests for appraisal and progress testing because the U.S. Department of Education and Labor approves the standard CASAS test forms available.
Module 1 is an introduction to CASAS. This is an overview of the components of the CASAS system, administering and scoring tests, and interpreting test results. The module also directs agencies on how to get started with CASAS.
Module 2 introduces how the CASAS system works with computerized testing, what a program needs to start using CASAS eTests, and placing an initial order.