Current Research Projects
at Acadience Learning
Part of Acadience Learning's commitment to helping all children on the path to school success includes ongoing research and development on current and new assessments. All research projects are designed to improve outcomes for struggling students by helping teachers make informed decisions on effective instruction.
Study to Examine the Relationship between Acadience™ Reading K-6 and State-Required Assessments
Are you interested in examining the relationship between Acadience Reading K-6 and your district's Common Core State Standards (CCSS) assessments? Acadience Learning, home of the Acadience family of assessments, is now accepting school districts to take part in a national study to compare Acadience Reading scores for 3rd-6th grade students to their results from state-required assessments aligned with the Common Core, such as PARCC and Smarter Balanced. This study will use Acadience Reading data from the 2018-2019 and/or the 2019-2020 school year and mandated state assessment data from the Spring of 2019 and/or Spring of 2020.
For more information about our research study, visit this page.
Acadience™ Reading 7-9
Acadience Reading 7–9 is a formative assessment for 7th to 9th grade students and is directly aligned with the Common Core Standards in Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. Acadience Reading 7–9 includes three measures: Maze, Silent Reading, and Oral Reading. Each measure is arranged in triads, which include one science passage, one social studies passage, and one prose passage. Research is currently being conducted on the reliability and validity of the measures and to validate the preliminary benchmark goals and gating procedures.
For more information, visit the Acadience Reading 7–9 page.
If you are interested in participating in Acadience 7–9 research, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acadience Math is comprised of measures of early numeracy, computation, and problem solving that function as indicators of the essential skills that every child must master in order to become proficient in mathematics. Research is currently being conducted on the reliability of the measures and to validate the preliminary benchmark goals.
For more information, visit the Acadience Math page.
If you are interested in participating in Acadience Math research, email us at email@example.com.