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Assessment Division

2024 Assessment Data and Results


Note: Data files and reports became available to districts and schools throughout June and July. Districts and schools may share confidential individual student performance reports with parents and may use aggregated and individual student level results internally for informational and planning purposes as soon as they are received.

About the Assessment Division

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Contact Us

Assessment Division
201 East Colfax Avenue
Room 502
Denver, CO 80203

Fax: 303-866-6680

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2024 Tentative State Content Assessment Reporting Timeline


Spring 2024 Coding Guidance for Districts

Extenuating Circumstances

District guidance regarding coding NEP/LEP Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education who arrived for their First Year in US Schools after the October Count Date.

Parent Excuse from State Assessment Participation

District- and school-level guidance regarding the coding of parent excuses for the state content assessments.

Spring 2024 Device Setup Update

ChromeOS Floating Accessibility Menu for Kiosk Apps and State Content Assessments

Chromebook setup guidance for CMAS, PSAT, and SAT testing this spring.

Get Involved!

Educator participation is critical to Colorado's state assessment development and validation process. Colorado educators may serve on committees related to CMAS, CoAlt, and CSLA.

State Assessment Development Flyer

Register for assessment development committee selection.

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Colorado Assessment Literacy Program

The Colorado Assessment Literacy Program offers tools and resources aimed at supporting educators’ efforts to expand their understanding of the purposes and uses of assessment information to guide instruction and improve student learning.

The program includes resources that help to build capacity across districts, align and develop sustainable assessments systems, including classroom, district, and state assessments.

Learn more about the Colorado Assessment Literacy Program.

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Colorado Student-Centered Science Assessment Toolkit

The Colorado Student-Centered Science Assessment Toolkit is a sustained and supported professional learning experience designed to shift the culture of assessment to one where students experience assessment as an important part of learning that is positive, confidence-building, and empowering and teachers have access to assessments that are designed to reveal pivotal information about student sensemaking.

Learn more about the Colorado Student-Centered Science Assessment Toolkit.