Recent Announcements

  • The IDAA Practice Tests can now be found on the same site as the general assessment practice tests. To access the IDAA Practice Tests click on the Take the Sample/Training Tests card located on the Sample Tests page. The IDAA Practice Tests card has been removed from the Idaho Alternate Assessments page and the Sample Tests page. There have been no changes to the practice tests, they have simply moved to a new location.

    Added November 17, 2020
  • The 2020-2021 TIDE Dual Enrollment Quick Guide is now available in the Trainings and System Guides resources section under the Preparing for Testing sub-folder. This document describes the feature in TIDE that allows users to enroll students in multiple districts or schools.

    Added November 5, 2020
  • The 2020-2021 Secure Inbox Quick Guide is now available in the Trainings and System Guides resources section under the Resources for Test Administration sub-folder. This document provides an overview of the Inbox feature that is integrated with all the online assessment systems. Users can also access their Inboxes directly from the ISAT Portal. The Inbox serves as a central repository for secure documents uploaded by administrators as well as data files exported by users within any Idaho assessment system.

    Added November 5, 2020
  • The 2020-2021 Interim Assessment Guide for Administration is now available in the Interim Assessments resources section under the ELA/Literacy and Math sub-folders. This guide is intended for staff who play a role in the administration of, and review of results for, the Smarter Balanced interim assessments.

    Added November 4, 2020
  • The CAI Systems User Roles Chart and District Instructional Support (DIS) FAQ are now available in the Trainings and Systems Guides resources section under the Preparing for Testing sub-folder. The chart provides an overview of the different Idaho assessment systems and the tasks and features different user roles can access within each system. As of today, Idaho’s Assessment System has a new user role; District Instructional Support (DIS). The DIS role gives users access to "Tools for Teachers" and the Reporting site; this role was designed for statewide support who work across many districts (Capacity Builders, ELA/Literacy Coaches, Regional Mathematics Specialists, and Science Coaches).

    Added November 2, 2020
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