New Jersey Student Learning Assessment for Science
The New Jersey Student Learning Assessment for Science (NJSLA-S) measures student proficiency with the New Jersey Student Learning Standards for Science. The science standards require assessment tasks that examine students’ performance of scientific and engineering practices in the context of crosscutting concepts and disciplinary core ideas. The three-dimensional nature of the standards requires more complex assessment items and tasks. The NJSLA are only one component of a system of assessments that provide evidence about student learning. The data collected from the NJSLA-S, students’ interactions with teachers on a daily basis, and their subsequent performance on teacher and district developed assessments combine to provide a clear and well-rounded picture of students’ achievement.
More information regarding the NJSLA-S including practice tests, parent information, etc., can be found by clicking here, NJSLA-S.
Click here for the results from the 2019 NJSLA-S Assessment. The presentation is coupled with a 5 year NJSLA ELA/Math analysis.