The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) is a system of assessments designed to measure student mastery of the California learning standards. Made up of four different test types, CAASPP provides insight into whether or not students are progressing as expected in each grade level.
With ReadTheory you can confidently prepare students for the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments (SBSA) for grades 3-8 and the California Alternate Assessments for English Language Arts/Literacy (CAAs).
Yes! Getting started is easy. Deploy the pre-test to your students, identify critical reading proficiency gaps, and get comprehensive feedback in real-time.
Most importantly, eliminate test anxiety, and even make it (dare we say) FUN with competitions and badges. With the right preparation, the CAASPP is an opportunity for your students to show off what they know!
Explore online CAASPP practice assessments and print worksheets for Grades K-12 to help build mastery towards the California Common Core State Standards. For extra power to improve reading comprehension and more deeply engage students, consider ReadTheory’s school and district package.
Reach students where they are with adaptive practice that adjusts to each student’s “just right” level and mirrors the CAASPP assessment.
Improve students’ reading comprehension with proven Common Core standards-aligned exercises for grades K-12.
Get up and running in minutes with an easy-to-use interface, automated grading, and human support when you need it.
Track individual student and class progress in real-time. Gain insights by Lexile Level and ELA Standard so you know exactly what to teach next.
of teachers said students are engaged and interested when using ReadTheory
With class competitions, badges, and prizes students are motivated to keep practicing.
of teachers surveyed reported that ReadTheory contributed to an increase in standardized test scores.
Students take an online pre-test that assesses their reading level.
Our algorithm automatically assigns leveled practice from thousands of passages.
Students are deeply engaged, while getting practice in taking online formative assessments.
Teachers can track and monitor performance in real-time, so they know what to teach next.
Students all can work on ReadTheory at their own level without constant teacher support. Students who might use the time for other activities know that the teacher can monitor what they are reading, how well they are doing, and how long they were on. Finally, (and most important to me!) is that the program provides all of the texts. In other programs, students can drag their feet or make excuses about “not having a book” or the “can’t find a book at their level.” Since the text is provided, there is less wasted time and procrastination!
It is teaching my students to start reading in context vs. translating word for word. I love the fact that it is adaptive to each individual learner and their needs. I love the fact that the limit on reading is on them, not the teacher. I make it totally accessible to them.