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WINSIGHT® ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

A NEW K–12 SYSTEM THAT INFORMS
TEACHING & LEARNING

From ETS® and Questar®, The Winsight® Assessment System is a comprehensive, fully integrated, flexible and interactive set of tools for K-12 that measures students’ knowledge, skills and abilities.

It is the only truly unified assessment system that makes learning more transparent — and provides real-time data to inform teaching and learning.

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HIGHLY
CONFIGURABLE

Research

RESEARCH-BASED
LEARNING PROGRESSIONS

Development

ACTIONABLE
DATA

INTEGRATED SYSTEMS BREAKDOWN

WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM WINSIGHT

The Winsight assessment system offers a number of unique assessment features

VALUABLE SUPPORTING MATERIALS

Training and tutorials, help content, demos and guides will be available for all score reports and data analytic tools. State, district and school administrators and educators will have resources available that explain how to access scores, how to use scores and how to interpret the data.

DATA-DRIVEN INSIGHTS

Data from the Winsight Assessment System is used to provide educators with a clear understanding of what students need as well as the best paths to get there. These insights help educators to guide student progress as they develop their comprehension of an understanding or practice.

INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT

The Winsight Assessment System comprises of an integrated family of summative, interim and formative assessment components that are aligned to your state's standards. These components can work independently but are designed to be used together, working as a coherent whole to provide actionable information to all stakeholders in improving instruction and student learning.