Colorado Student Assessment Program Alternate

Colorado Student Assessment Program Alternate

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The Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) was an assessment required by the No Child Left Behind Act administered by the Unit of Student Assessment in the Colorado Department of Education (CDE). The CSAP was designed to measure how well students are learning material from the Colorado Model Content Standards, the established content standards that all Colorado public school students should learn. The CSAP only tested four (mathematics, reading and writing, and science) of the thirteen subject areas in the Colorado Model Content Standards.

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Colorado Student Assessment Program Alternate - Replacement By TCAP
... The Colorado Student Assessment Program ended in year 2011 due to the expiration of its contract ... regiment has been replaced by the Colorado TCAP, or Transitional Colorado Assessment Program ...

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