Online English proficiency assessment

LAS Links Online  assesses K–12 English language proficiency using a secure online testing platform.
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LAS Links Online assesses K–12 English language proficiency using a secure online testing platform. Students’ spoken and written responses are captured electronically, which allows teachers to score the responses anytime, anywhere. Other features include:

• Rubrics and exemplary responses to help ease the scoring process and promote teacher professional development.
• Immediate access to informative diagnostic reports
• New forms on a yearly basis
• Reports and graphs that can be saved in the system and then shared to inform instruction.

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