McGraw-Hill Releases Assessment Reporting System
01.31.2007—CTB/McGraw-Hill (CTBMH) has released a new English- and Spanish-language assessment reporting system, LAS Links Report Pack. The new system provides reporting tools to analyze and present LAS Links assessment test results across classrooms, schools, and districts, according to CTBMH.
The LAS Links Report Pack is powered by Turnleaf AMS and combines Microsoft and proprietary technologies. It organizes and analyses assessment data and provides reports on individual students and classroom achievement. It also allows administrators to track school performance. Features include:
- Eight LAS Links reports for district-, school-, classroom-, and student-level information in English and Spanish;
- Data summaries and graphing tools;
- Disaggregated data for comparing performance by demographic subgroups;
- Links to instructional guidance; and
- Online or onsite support.
The system also offers K-12 proficiency assessments for accurate placement/evaluation; benchmark assessments for ongoing progress monitoring; and instructional guidance and staff development tools.
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