Related Documents:
Assessment Schedule 2017-2018

Resources for Students and Parents

Nextera Public Demo Now Live

  • The general public—including parents and students—can access the demo (here) to see sample questions, familiarize themselves with the platform format, and experience online testing.
  • It is not meant to be a demonstration of content, as there are a limited number of items available for math, English language arts, and science.
  • An answer key is provided for each subject area.

Tennessee Department of Education Resources for Students and Families

TNReady Score Report Resources for Families

  • Website - The Tennessee Department of Education has a website to provide additional information about TNReady score reports in order to help families better understand their students' individual score reports, as well as next steps for supporting their students' academic progress. The website includes detailed explanations of each section of the individual score report and links to additional resources. Click here to view the website. 
  • Video - Learn what parents need to know about the TNReady score reports


2017-18 Assessment FAQ

Parent Guide to Being TNReady - Preparing for the 2017-18 School Year

Parent Guide to TNReady Supports for Students with Disabilities

Blueprints for 2017-18

Testing Times By Grade/Subject

How is TNReady created for Tennessee students?


Students in third through eighth grade take TNReady assessments in English language arts, math, science, and social studies at the end of each school year. Below are one-page documents with a snapshot of the assessment for each grade level:

High school students take the following assessments at the end of each course:  

  • English I, II, and III
  • Integrated Math I, II, and III
  • Biology and Chemistry
  • U.S. History/Geography

Here is a one-page snapshot of high school End-of-Course assessments. 


Resources for Teachers

Data Assessment Records K-8


Login-In Site for PowerSchool Assessment and Analytics (Formerly Interactive Achievement):

PowerSchool Assessment


District Support Contacts:

Jared Day (Data & Testing Program Assistant)  


Important Websites:

Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS) (requires log-in)

Tennessee Department of Education (TDOE) Assessment

Resources to better understand Value-Added and Formative Instruction


Resources for Testing Coordinators and Principals

Randa Solutions/EDTools (requires log-in)

PowerSchool Assessment (Formerly Interactive Achievement)

STAR (RenLearn)


English Langauge Learner (EL) Assessments:

TDOE EL Assessments


Other State-Mandated Assessments


ACT Prep



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