Science and social studies programs are provided for most grades.Kids like using the computer to learn and to develop their skills.Large Print and Braille practice test materials can be ordered by the district through TIDE.
Science and social studies programs are provided for most grades.
The i LEAP exams in English language arts and math contain both standards-based (criterion-referenced) test items, as well as norm-referenced items from the Iowa Tests.
The real preparation for the LEAP, and all standardized tests that assess a wide range of fundamental skills, is to steadily build and master skills in math, reading and writing fundamentals.
Parents can help students succeed in school by making a special effort to get involved in their children’s education.
To comply with the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001, Louisiana administers standardized tests to students beginning in 3rd grade through high school.
Time4Learning, an online education service that teaches many of the skills these exams test, offers this page to help you understand Louisiana’s standardized tests and how you can help your children prepare.