MEA Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy and Alternate Assessment

 

MEA (General) Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy

 

MEA Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy: The Maine Department of Education continues its partnership with Measured Progress, Inc. to develop and administer the 2018 State summative assessment in Mathematics and English Language Arts (ELA)/Literacy. At grades 3-8, the test is delivered online, and for third year high school students, the new redesigned SAT will remain a paper/pencil assessment.

 

MEA (Alternate) Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy

Multi-State Alternate Assessment (MSAA): An alternate assessment is required for all students with the most significant cognitive disabilities in grades 3-8 and in the third year of high school. MEA Alternate Mathematics and English Language Arts/Literacy was developed by National Center State Collaborative (NCSC). Maine is a member of the Multi-StateAlternate Assessment (MSAA) group, which will continue development of this online assessment based on alternate achievement standards. Administration will occur from March 19, 2018 to May 4, 2018 under the name of MSAA.

Contact

Nancy Godfrey
Assessment Coordinator
207-624-6775
nancy.godfrey@maine.gov

Sue Nay
Alternate Assessment and Accommodations Coordinator
207-624-6774
sue.nay@maine.gov