Assessment and Program Evaluation
The Assessment Department at Tigard-Tualatin School District is responsible for facilitating the administration of standardized assessments and promoting the effective use of assessment data within the district. Assessments provide educators with measurable data of student performance on both behavioral and academic expectations. Such information can be used to evaluate student abilities, inform classroom instruction, and improve educational programs.
Screening and Progress Monitoring tests are short, targeted assessments which provide teachers with a quick indication of a student's skill level and the possible need for educational interventions.
Reading Screening Tests
TWI Reading Screening Tests
Math Screening Tests
ELD Screening Tests
Summative assessments are assessments of student learning. They take place after instruction and measure the degree to which students are able to demonstrate their ability with educational content they have already learned. Results from summative assessments can be used to measure students' proficiency with content, their readiness for the next level of content, and to evaluate the effectiveness of educational programs.
District Assessment Coordinator
Data and Budget Analyst