testTrax is an internet based tool that stores standardized test score data, offers analysis options, and produces easy to understand reports and graphs. School systems can instantaneously access information about individual students, as well as classrooms, schools, and district groupings of students (race, gender, economic status, absenteeism, Title I students, etc.), that might otherwise take many hours to compile by hand.

School systems in the past have lacked the tools to analyze test data. testTrax offers a cost-effective way for school systems to combine test data with their existing student data in order to monitor standardized test results in order to increase predictive validity.

With testTrax, school systems can:

  • Determine the effect of demographic variables on test scores.
  • Identify student weaknesses and strengths.
  • Determine the connection between teacher training and test scores.
  • Identify professional development needs.
  • Access No Child Left Behind reporting to monitor adequate yearly progress.

Specifically, testTrax allows school systems to be able to review individual Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS), Stanford 10 multiple choice assessment, Comprehensive Tests of Basic Skills (CTBS), PSAT, SAT, graduation exams, end of course tests, state criterion-referenced tests, or other test results and use this information to:

  • Analyze test results by student, teacher, or school
  • Analyze test results for the district
  • Refresh student data each fall with new class assignments
  • Analyze multi-year test data
  • Monitor No Child Left Behind compliance
  • Compile cohort data on students or on teachers
  • Compile peer group comparisons
  • Compile percentile distribution
  • Correlate test data to demographics and other district-provided variables
  • Conduct queries

Click on the testTrax logo (top) to download a PDF flier with more information about testTrax.

Click on the image below to download a PDF example of how testTrax works.

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