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Several Assessments are mandated to monitor student success and to guide instructional efforts. As a public school academy in the State of Michigan, DAAS is required to administer certain standardized assessments to evaluate school and individual student achievement.
In the Elementary & Middle School Academies, the MEAP (Michigan Educational Assessment Program) is administered in the Fall to third through eighth grade students.
Also in the Middle School, College Readiness Exams such as, the ACT's EXPLORE are given annually to students in grades eight through tenth. The data from the EXPLORE is used to plan a student's high school course path and to help students begin thinking about college and work.
In addition to these state mandated assessments, DAAS administers the Scantron Performance Series Test Assessment to second through eighth grade students to collect norm-referenced data.
Also, students take classroom tests to evaluate their progress on a regular basis. These tests are administered by the classroom teacher and are designed to give individualized feedback that will assist in developing the student's educational plan and in identifying the student's strengths and weaknesses.
You will be notified well in advance of their administration.