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Parent Guide to Being TNReady

The goal is for all Tennessee students to be ready for college and the workforce.  Assessments are given in order to ensure that students are on a path to success after graduation.  Since 1988, students have taken the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) to assess their progress.  In order to better measure what our students know and can do, the TCAP has been improved.  The new assessment is called TNReady, and it will replace the math and English language arts assessments for grades 3-11.

In this guide, you will find details about when your student will take TCAP, when you will see their results, what supports will be available to every student, and what the test will look like. Our goal is to help you prepare your student to learn and succeed. If you have additional questions after reading the guidebook, please visit or talk with your student's teacher.

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