Goals of Acadience Reading K–6
Acadience Reading helps teachers identify children at risk for reading difficulties and determine the skills to target for instructional support. Acadience Reading K–6:
- provides universal screening
- detects when students need extra support
- is sensitive to effects of intervention
- supports the RtI/Multi-tiered model
Acadience Reading has been trusted by educators for over a decade to help improve student outcomes. When your approach is backed by research, it means less guesswork in the classroom. Acadience assessments are:
- reliable and valid
- fast to administer and report
- assess core early literacy skills
Reading Scoring Practice
Practice scoring Acadience Reading K–6 with these useful videos.
Acadience Reading Information Sheet
An overview of Acadience Reading K-6: what it measures, why it works, how to interpret scores, and more.
Progress Monitoring Guidelines
From identifying students to selecting materials for monitoring, explore guidelines for using Acadience Reading to monitor progress.
Common Core Alignment
Here’s how Acadience Reading measures align with the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts.
Acadience Reading Benchmark Goals and Composite Score
Detailed information about the Acadience Reading benchmark goals and Composite Score.
Grouping Worksheets for Acadience Reading
These worksheets use Acadience Reading results to provide initial grouping suggestions which the teacher must further revise based on other information about students’ skills.
Acadience Reading National Norms 2014-2015
National norms for the Acadience Reading measures for kindergarten through sixth grade.
Acadience Reading Technical Adequacy Brief
Design information, reliability, and validity data for Acadience Reading.