ClearSight: Success Made Visible

ClearSight Assessments show your district's path to standards mastery and inform your next steps for student success.

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Inform decision-making with valid and reliable data.

ClearSight provides education leaders with research-based assessments that provide data to "take the temperature" of your district so you can make district-wide decisions on teaching and learning.

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See the overall status of student performance in your district with ClearSight Assessments

  • Take action quickly with a single dashboard that aggregates student performance data in one place
  • Learn to target resources where they are needed most in your district
  • Efficiently make data-driven district-wide decisions about curriculum and instruction more efficiently

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Have the confidence to make better district-wide decisions with actionable data

ClearSight Assessments offer an overall report of students' mastery of state standards.

  • Students can be assessed in one class period or less in the areas of ELA, Mathematics, Science, or Writing
  • Once administered, the program quickly identifies and provides data about student learning across the district
  • District leaders can review data in one high-level dashboard—or drill deeper to building and class-level data to learn more

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1 in 3 Students have taken an assessment on ClearSight's platform

Get data from an assessment platform you can trust

ClearSight Assessments mirror the functionality and student experience used in more than 25 state tests.

  • ClearSight Assessments share the same rigor and item types used by many districts across the country
  • Adaptive Interim Assessments indicate student readiness for state summative assessments
  • Checkpoint and Educator Authored Assessments give you frequent visibility into student learning as they are administered throughout the year

ClearSight offers flexibility whether you administer assessments in-person, remotely, or in a hybrid learning environment

An Internet connection makes it easy to assess student performance quickly at home or in class.

  • ClearSight Interim and Checkpoint Assessments can be scheduled to fit your district or school pacing needs
  • Built-in tools allow you to schedule and monitor how students are assessed
  • Robust accommodations and accessibility features make assessing students with special needs a reality

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Moving Forward in Fall 2020: How the Right District Assessment Can Help Identify Learning Loss

This fall, students will start school with varying degrees of learning loss due to spring school closures. The need for accurate assessment will be critical as educators work to determine where incoming students are in relation to their prior grade's achievement standards. By pinpointing specific areas of weakness, schools and districts can appropriately address learning gaps, plan intervention, and move on to new content that meets student needs.

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Inside the Black Box of Machine Scoring

It's easy to understand that computer code can be programmed to score a multiple-choice item. If the correct answer is selected by the test taker, that selection is compared to the correct answer in the scoring program and if it matches, it is then recorded as correct. But what happens with more sophisticated technology-enhanced items or items that require written responses like essays?

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Back to School 2020: A Fall Like No Other

Back to school 2020 will be like no other in history. As districts, schools, and families begin to work through educational plans for the new academic year, educators must address student learning loss during the extended spring school closure—known as the COVID slide. School reopening plans will vary, depending on many safety, social, and economic factors. However, one thing will be certain: teachers must have valid ways to reliably assess where students are in their progression of learning.

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See how ClearSight Assessments and training can impact achievement in your school

Cambium Learning® Group, Inc., acquired AIR® Assessment in January 2020. Since 1999, AIR Assessment has become one of the largest and fastest-growing providers of state assessment solutions. Developed by AIR Assessment, ClearSight assesses grades K–8 and high school for ELA and Mathematics; grades 5, 8, and 11 for Science.