The University of Iowa College of Education The University of IowaCollege of Education Iowa Testing Programs
Iowa Testing Programs (ITP) is a research, development, and outreach unit in the College of Education at the University of Iowa. ITP’s mission is to pursue:
Iowa Assessments Level 9 Form E
  • research that improves the practice of educational measurement
  • design and development of assessments that provide information for a variety of purposes and audiences, for example
    • educators to inform instruction
    • federal, state, and local government to support accountability
    • academic institutions to aid decision-making
  • outreach that delivers assessment results and supports use of assessment information by local, state, national, and international audiences through
    • workshops and professional development opportunities
    • consultation on assessment design, development and use
    • publications on research-based innovations in assessment
    • dissemination of informative online and paper reports

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NEWS!

August, 2016

Iowa Assessments Form F will be used during the 2016-2017 year.

August, 2016

Flexibility and efficiency continue to be features of the Iowa Assessments. Select your administration window (fall, midyear or spring) for the 2016-2017 year.

August, 2016

Monitor and evaluate student growth using Online Tools/eITP.

August, 2016

Content alignment information for Form F is available for all users. It can be found here.

August, 2016

Item-by-item alignments for Form F are available for all users. They can be found here.

August, 2016

The Iowa Assessments are accurate and technically sound. See more information here.

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, Riverside Publishing Company.

Click here to learn more about the Iowa End-of-Course assessment.

Click here for the slides presented in the “Using the Iowa Assessments Interpretation Workshops”.