National legislation and state accountability requirements set high standards for student achievement and hold every school district accountable for reaching them. As a result, dedicated educators have greater needs for meaningful data on student learning, and for the ability to interpret these data to make informed instructional decisions that will improve achievement for all students.

Agile Assessment provides educators with flexible tools for creating high-quality formative assessments and for capturing real-time data that can be used to affect student learning every day. Research-based items are aligned to the Common Core State Standards, the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS),and other rigorous state standards, containing the kinds of tasks and thinking required for success on the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) and Smarter Balance assessments.

Talk with us about working together to close the achievement gaps in math and science. For all students.

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  • Build custom, high-quality assessments with next-generation item types designed for rigor, interaction, and engagement
  • Over 3,000 items—expertly aligned to standards, objectives, and Agile Mind course support services—provide educators with the resources to evaluate student understanding of concepts and skills necessary for success on high-stakes exams, and proficiency in middle school math, algebra, and geometry
  • Real-time reports help educators assess student performance and make informed instructional decisions in a convenient and timely manner
  • Alignment of each assessment item to Agile Mind course support material offers educators comprehensive integrated curriculum and instructional support

Collaboration with Leading Educational Research Center

Agile Mind has worked in partnership with the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin to develop Agile Assessment, a program that helps educators identify their students’ strengths and weaknesses in the critical subjects of middle school math, algebra and geometry.