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Iowa Testing Programs provides sound, accurate, and actionable information for a variety of purposes and audiences, including:
  • Measuring student achievement at the most appropriate level
  • Monitoring student growth
  • Making relative comparisons
  • Informing decisions about students
  • Predicting future performance

Assessments designed and developed by Iowa Testing Programs are informed by empirical research studies conducted both nationally and in the state of Iowa.

NEWS!

August, 2018

Effective for the 2018-2019 year, the Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress (ISASP) developed by Iowa Testing Programs will replace the Iowa Assessments for the state’s accountability measure. Available in the spring of 2019, the ISASP will require students in grades 3 to 11 to complete assessments in reading, language, writing and mathematics. It will also require students in grades 5, 8 and 10 to complete a science assessment. More information will be available on the ISASP in the upcoming weeks.

August, 2018

Though not to be used for accountability, the Iowa Assessments will continue to be offered for schools in the state of Iowa during the 2018-2019 year. The Iowa Assessments provide accurate information on student achievement, growth, college readiness, and comparisons to the nation. The Iowa Assessments will be offered as both online and paper/pencil assessments for students in kindergarten through Grade 12 and are available from September through June.

August, 2018

Welcome back for the 2018-2019 school year!


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This website is designed primarily to inform Iowa educators about the Iowa Statewide Testing Program. For information about using the Iowa Tests in all other states, contact our publisher, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.