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Realistic Assessment Practice Resources for ACT Aspire

    Key Benefits

  • Two practice tests that mirror ACT Aspire summative assessments
  • 15 Technology-enhanced item types practice
  • Hundreds of state standards aligned questions
  • Teacher Portal: Track Student Progress, assign additional practice, recommend relevant learning resources such as apps and books
  • Student Portal: Practice tests, online workbooks, apps, books, score reports etc.
  • Individualized instruction using 21st Century tools and technology
ACT Aspire Practice Tests
Online Workbooks

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Skills Mastery Workbooks and Online ACT Aspire Practice

    Printed Component

  • Standards-based Workbooks with questions on each topic
  • Answer Keys with Detailed Explanations

  • Online Component

  • Two Practice Tests that mirror ACT Aspire
  • Access to Teacher Portal
  • Additional resources like educational videos, worksheets, apps, and more


English Language Arts

High-Quality learning program designed to help students master grade-level skills and prepare for the 2016-17 ACT Aspire Student Assessments. ACT Aspire will be the student accountability assessment administered in Arkansas, Alabama, Iowa, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Wisconsin, and Wyoming for Grades 3 to 8 and will test students on both Math and English Language Arts.

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“My recent experience with Lumos Learning was exceptional! I first reached out to inquire about online program and received an email response and follow up phone call in minutes. I spoke with one of their representatives and received samples and demos for teachers the same day. Most importantly, Lumos Learning was able to work with us to meet our tight budget. It was refreshing to deal with a company that was incredibly efficient, competent, and willing to work with us to meet our bottom line. Thank you!”

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