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We believe...

  • Student assessment allows us to measure instructional effectiveness and drive student growth.
  • Assessment provides a comprehensive picture of student achievement and shows growth over time.  What's the value add?
  • Data collected via student assessments allows teachers, leaders, district staff to engage in reflection and impact instructional decision making.

Assessment Frequently Asked Questions

How do I obtain my child’s reading proficiency score for the Oklahoma Department of Motor Vehicles (Driver’s Permit/License)?

A letter verifying 8th grade reading proficiency and enrollment according to state law can be obtained in person at:

Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center
2819 S. New Haven Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74114 

This letter cannot be faxed. The student's legal guardian must be present and bring ID to obtain the letter. There is a charge of $2 for the letter.

How can my child skip a grade?

Contact your school counselor to discuss options for your child for Performance Based Promotion (PBP) Testing.

What test(s) should I expect my child to take this year?

Test Name Date/Frequency grade(s)  & Subjects(s) tested Additional details
Measures of Academic Progress (MAP)

Three times per year

Grades K-10 tested in reading and math
  • K-3 reading MAP test addresses state reading sufficiency requirements
  • MAP resources
  • Students can create a Khan Academy account using their MAP results for personalized practice
Oklahoma State Testing Program (OSTP) Summative test in April

Grades 3-8 tested in Reading and Math 

Grades 5, 8, and 11 tested in Science

PSAT Summative test in October Grade 10 tested in English Language Arts and  Math
  • Practice SAT assessment for students to identify how to improve their score
  • Additional practice is available on Khan Academy
SAT Summative test in April Grade 11 tested in English Language Arts and  Math
  • Federal and state requirements for meeting ESSA regulations   
  • Additional practice is available on Khan Academy
CogAT Varies Grade 2 - Used to identify gifted and talented students CogAT is a nationally normed test of intellectual ability (Verbal, Quantitative, Nonverbal batteries) used to identify students for Gifted and Talented services


Can my student retake the 8th grade reading test?

The 8th-grade reading test will given at the Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center, 2819 S. New Haven Ave., Tulsa OK 74114 at 9 a.m. on the following dates:

  • September 14, 2018
  • December 7, 2018
  • February 28, 2019
  • June 14, 2019 

 Please call 918-746-6473 to sign-up for the test (space is limited).  Students who are over the age of 18 do not need this letter to obtain an Oklahoma Driver Permit/License.

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