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What accommodations are there for the online portions of easyCBM CCSS Math and Reading for blind and visually impaired students?

All of the math items include a read-aloud option (grades K-8), but it does not describe any pictures or graphs 
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May 9th, 2017 ... [ , , , , ]

Why are there no K-2 grade level benchmarks/progress monitoring probes for the CCSS Reading?

The CCSS Reading assessments, shorter comprehension passages with associated questions for students, are indeed available for Grades 3-8 only. This 
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May 5th, 2017 ... [ , , , ]

Do you have any nonfiction multiple-choice reading comprehension probes?

Yes we do. With the addition of the Deluxe version of easyCBM, we added a whole array of nonfiction reading 
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March 15th, 2017 ... [ , , ]

Why does easyCBM not have nonsense word fluency measures?

When we were developing the easyCBM system, we considered the different possible assessment types very carefully. We wanted to include 
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March 8th, 2017 ... [ , , ]

What font do you use for your reading passages?

The font we use in our reading passages is Comic Sans.

February 15th, 2017 ... [ , ]

CCSS Reading Measures and Standards Alignment

The CCSS (Common Core State Standards) reading measures are comprehension assessments utilizing a variety of text. For example, informational text, 
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February 8th, 2017 ... [ , ]

Recommendations for Math and Reading Tests

Here are our recommendations for taking the math and reading tests: For math tests, teachers are allowed to read a 
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February 2nd, 2017 ... [ , , , , ]

Lexile Scores and Determining the Readability of a Passage

We have not Lexiled the passages used on easyCBM Lite and Deluxe. Our District partners at Riverside Insights, however, have 
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November 30th, 2016 ... [ , , , ]

What is the difference between the Reading Comprehension and the CCSS Reading assessments?

MCRC (Multiple Choice Reading Comprehension) is recommended for students performing closer to grade level expectations (e.g., 30th to 49th percentile 
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September 22nd, 2016 ... [ , ]

Where do I find the Multiple Choice Reading Comprehension Item Analysis

To find out what questions correspond to a multiple choice reading comprehension item analysis, you will need to login to 
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