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State Testing Information for Families

State Testing Information for Parents

-INFORMATION ON STATE TESTING

* What used to be referred to as the KCCT is now K-PREP (Kentucky Performance for Educational Progress)

*What used to be referred to as CATS is now Unbridled Learning: College-and/or Career-Ready for ALL

*Part of the test is a normed-referenced test called the Stanford 10 and the other portion of the test is a criterion-referenced test developed just for Kentucky and aligned to the Common Core Standards.

*At the elementary level, students in grades 3-5 will be participating on the state test.

*Each content area is divided into multiple parts. Each part is a separate test session.

*Third grade will be testing in Reading and Math.  There will be multiple-choice items on the test as well as short answer.

*Fourth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Science and Editing and Mechanics. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*Fifth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Social Studies and On-Demand Writing. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*The test will be given in five days (consecutive) and within the last 14 days of school.

State Testing Information for Parents

-INFORMATION ON STATE TESTING

* What used to be referred to as the KCCT is now K-PREP (Kentucky Performance for Educational Progress)

*What used to be referred to as CATS is now Unbridled Learning: College-and/or Career-Ready for ALL

*Part of the test is a normed-referenced test called the Stanford 10 and the other portion of the test is a criterion-referenced test developed just for Kentucky and aligned to the Common Core Standards.

*At the elementary level, students in grades 3-5 will be participating on the state test.

*Each content area is divided into multiple parts. Each part is a separate test session.

*Third grade will be testing in Reading and Math.  There will be multiple-choice items on the test as well as short answer.

*Fourth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Science and Editing and Mechanics. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*Fifth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Social Studies and On-Demand Writing. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*The test will be given in five days (consecutive) and within the last 14 days of school.

State Testing Information for Parents

-INFORMATION ON STATE TESTING

* What used to be referred to as the KCCT is now K-PREP (Kentucky Performance for Educational Progress)

*What used to be referred to as CATS is now Unbridled Learning: College-and/or Career-Ready for ALL

*Part of the test is a normed-referenced test called the Stanford 10 and the other portion of the test is a criterion-referenced test developed just for Kentucky and aligned to the Common Core Standards.

*At the elementary level, students in grades 3-5 will be participating on the state test.

*Each content area is divided into multiple parts. Each part is a separate test session.

*Third grade will be testing in Reading and Math.  There will be multiple-choice items on the test as well as short answer.

*Fourth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Science and Editing and Mechanics. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*Fifth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Social Studies and On-Demand Writing. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*The test will be given in five days (consecutive) and within the last 14 days of school.

State Testing Information for Parents

-INFORMATION ON STATE TESTING

* What used to be referred to as the KCCT is now K-PREP (Kentucky Performance for Educational Progress)

*What used to be referred to as CATS is now Unbridled Learning: College-and/or Career-Ready for ALL

*Part of the test is a normed-referenced test called the Stanford 10 and the other portion of the test is a criterion-referenced test developed just for Kentucky and aligned to the Common Core Standards.

*At the elementary level, students in grades 3-5 will be participating on the state test.

*Each content area is divided into multiple parts. Each part is a separate test session.

*Third grade will be testing in Reading and Math.  There will be multiple-choice items on the test as well as short answer.

*Fourth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Science and Editing and Mechanics. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*Fifth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Social Studies and On-Demand Writing. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*The test will be given in five days (consecutive) and within the last 14 days of school.

State Testing Information for Parents

-INFORMATION ON STATE TESTING

* What used to be referred to as the KCCT is now K-PREP (Kentucky Performance for Educational Progress)

*What used to be referred to as CATS is now Unbridled Learning: College-and/or Career-Ready for ALL

*Part of the test is a normed-referenced test called the Stanford 10 and the other portion of the test is a criterion-referenced test developed just for Kentucky and aligned to the Common Core Standards.

*At the elementary level, students in grades 3-5 will be participating on the state test.

*Each content area is divided into multiple parts. Each part is a separate test session.

*Third grade will be testing in Reading and Math.  There will be multiple-choice items on the test as well as short answer.

*Fourth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Science and Editing and Mechanics. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*Fifth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Social Studies and On-Demand Writing. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*The test will be given in five days (consecutive) and within the last 14 days of school.


INFORMATION ON STATE TESTING


*What used to be referred to as the KCCT is now K-PREP (Kentucky Performance for Educational Progress)

*What used to be referred to as CATS is now Unbridled Learning: College-and/or Career-Ready for ALL

*Part of the test is a normed-referenced test called the Stanford 10 and the other portion of the test is a criterion-referenced test developed just for Kentucky.

*At the elementary level, students in grades 3-5 will be participating on the state test.

*Each content area is divided into multiple parts. Each part is a separate test session.

*Third grade will be testing in Reading and Math.  There will be multiple-choice items on the test as well as short answer.

*Fourth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Science and Editing and Mechanics. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*Fifth grade will be testing in Reading, Math, Social Studies and On-Demand Writing. There will be multiple-choice, short answer and extended response  items on the test.

*The test will be given in five days (consecutive) and within the last 14 days of school.


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