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ALERT:

  • The issue with users being redirected away from the Data Entry Interface (DEI) login page and unable to enter data has been resolved. Users should use the following URLs to access the DEI and Interim Assessment Viewing System (IAVS), and not previously bookmarked URLs or URLs referenced in the Directions for Administration. (August 8, 2022, 2:30 p.m.)
  • Users will be unable to access the Test Operations Management System (TOMS), and results in the California Educator Reporting System, until they are assigned a 2022–23 user role in TOMS.

Latest News and Tips for the CAASPP Administration

  1. CAA Test Examiner Tutorial Q&A: What's New Overview

    This virtual Question and Answer session will provide information about the improvements in Moodle, navigating the tutorial, and updates to training materials. Register now for the CAA Test Examiner Tutorial Q&A: What's New Overview Link to external site.
  2. Useful Reference Guides

    The Pause Rules Guide and the Expiration Rules Guide were updated and can be found on the Videos and Quick Reference Guides web page.
  3. New User-Friendly Tool to Get Answers

    Get Answers Link to external site is a new user-friendly tool to help LEA coordinators quickly get answers to the most common questions. The tool functions similarly to other search engines, allowing users to narrow or expand a search with key words and quickly scan information by highlighted key words. Save time and get answers to questions immediately with this self-service tool. LEA Success Agents and CalTAC are also available to assist with more complex questions that may require additional support.
  4. CAASPP and ELPAC Office Hours & Coffee Sessions

    Join us for virtual office hours and coffee sessions, hosted by the CDE and ETS, which will offer opportunities for LEA staff to ask questions and get answers about the spring assessments and multiple administration options. Visit the Upcoming Training Opportunities web page to see upcoming dates and to register. Visit the Past Training Opportunities and Materials web page to find previously recorded sessions and materials.

Testing in California

California local educational agency (LEA) testing coordinators can use this website to find helpful information, instructions, training, forms, and external links for test administration.

LEAs are administering the following tests:

English language arts/literacy and mathematics assessments (grades three through eight and grade eleven):

  • Smarter Balanced
  • California Alternate Assessments (CAAs)

Science assessments (grades five and eight and high school):

  • California Science Test
  • CAA for Science

Spanish assessments (grades three through eight and high school):

  • California Spanish Assessment