Latest News and Tips for the CAASPP Administration

  1. CAASPP Student Score Data Files

    The CAASPP Student Score Data Files for students in the LEA are now available for download in the Reports section of TOMS and on the Score Reporting web page.
  2. CAASPP & ELPAC Website Launches!

    The new and improved CAASPP & ELPAC Website is now available, with resources to administer CAASPP and ELPAC for the 2024–25 administrations. Bookmark the new site for future reference.

    The CAASPP website will continue to remain available through the end of the 2023–24 test administration. On July 3, 2024, the CAASPP website will be retired; its pages will be redirected to the appropriate location on the new website.

  3. 2023–24 CAASPP Online Test Administration Manual Now Available

    The CAASPP Online Test Administration Manual Link to external site has been updated for 2023–24 and can be accessed from the CAASPP and ELPAC Manuals Link to external site web page. This web-based manual includes a list of What's New in the CAASPP System in 2023–24 Link to external site.
  4. Available Now: Asynchronous Hand Scoring Learning Modules

    On behalf of the CDE, ETS is pleased to announce the availability of asynchronous learning modules which guide educators on how to hand score the Smarter Balanced Interim Assessment performance tasks for English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA) and mathematics. The new asynchronous learning modules can be accessed on the following web pages:

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