For more information about purchasing materials and scoring services for Pearson
products, please refer to the
complete ARC assessment catalog which appears on our website, or you may
request a copy be mailed to you.
Stanford Achievement Test Series, Tenth Edition
The Stanford Achievement Test Series (SAT 10) is the latest edition in
this series of nationally normed achievement tests used by school administrators
and teachers for over 80 years. SAT 10 helps educators obtain reliable data to
evaluate progress toward meeting Missouri’s Show-Me Standards and national
content standards, including those set by No Child Left Behind (NCLB), National
Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), and National Council of Teachers of Math
(NCTM). The SAT 10 assesses reading, mathematics, language, spelling, listening,
science, and social studies for 13 levels: kindergarten–grade 12. For more
information about purchasing materials and scoring the SAT 10 please refer to
our complete ARC assessment catalog which you can access on our website, or you
may request a copy be mailed to you.
Key Links: The Connection Between Instruction and Assessment
Key Links activities can be used for instruction or to help students
become familiar with test-taking. Suggestions for teachers provide ideas for
adding Key Links activities to classroom instruction. Key Links
include both open-ended and multiple-choice question formats for grades 1-12 in
the subject areas of reading/language arts, mathematics, and science.
We will no longer be stocking Key Links and are selling our
remaining stock of materials at a substantial discount off publisher pricing.
Materials we do not have in stock can be purchased directly from Pearson at the
publisher’s current prices.
Stanford Open-Ended Assessments
The Stanford Open-Ended Assessments were developed to meet increasing
demands for innovative alternative forms of student testing. They can be used
either by themselves or in conjunction with the multiple-choice component of SAT
10 to provide a more complete picture of student performance.
The Stanford Open-Ended Assessments test student skills in reading,
mathematics, and social sciences, for kindergarten–grade 12. The open-ended
format allows for measurement of important educational objectives, generally not
measurable on a multiple-choice assessment.
We will no longer be stocking the Stanford
Open-Ended Assessments and are selling our remaining stock
of materials at a substantial discount off publisher pricing. Materials we do
not have in stock can be purchased directly from Pearson at the publisher’s
Otis-Lennon School Ability Test, Eighth Edition (OLSAT 8)
The Otis-Lennon School Ability Test, version 8 (OLSAT 8) assesses
students’ thinking skills and provides an understanding of students’ relative
strengths and weaknesses in performing reasoning tasks. OLSAT 8 is available for
grades K-12 with both fall and spring versions.
Group Mathematics Assessment and Diagnostic Evaluation (GMADE)
The Group Mathematics Assessment and Diagnostic Evaluation (GMADE),
available in nine levels for grades K-12, is norm-referenced and based on
national mathematics standards. GMADE assesses mathematics skills
progressively through each grade level. Educators can determine placement of
students, analyze strengths and weaknesses, plan instruction, and monitor growth
Group Reading Assessment and Diagnostic Evaluation (GRADE)
The Group Reading Assessment and Diagnostic Evaluation (GRADE) offers
tools to assess students’ reading abilities, diagnose areas for improvement,
plan instruction, and evaluate progress. GRADE assesses reading skills
progressively through each grade level. The evaluation is norm-referenced and
assesses four of the five Early Reading Elements to meet federal Reading First