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SBAC 2021 FAQs




Frequently asked questions about Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) by Teachers, Parents, and Students

What is SBAC?
Is Lumos tedBook™ completely aligned with the SBAC assessment guidelines?
How can students succeed on the SBAC test using the Lumos Study Program?
When is the SBAC Timeline?
What states are using SBAC Assessments?
Do you provide computer-based SBAC Practice also?
Where can I find sample items for Smarter Balanced test?
What do the SBAC interim assessments act as?
How long does each grade level exam for both Math and ELA combined take?
What is the purpose of the Smarter-Balanced interim assessments?
How long is the test time for each grade’s SBAC Summative Assessment?
What grade is the longest SBAC Summative Assessment for?
What state is planning to reduce the testing time with shorter versions of the assessment?
What do websites do?
What do Performance Tasks require students to utilize their skills across multiple standards and topics?
How many opportunities do students have to take the ICAs and each IAB?
What are the ICAs, IABs, and FIABs?
How often does a student take an interim assessment?

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What is SBAC?

Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) is one of two state consortiums responsible for developing assessments aligned to the new, more rigorous College and Career Readiness (CCR) Standards and Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Test developers are working together to create the new computer-based English Language Arts and Math assessments.
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Is Lumos tedBook™ completely aligned with the SBAC assessment guidelines?

This SBAC tedBook™ is aligned to the Common Core State Standards. Most states in the SBAC consortium will measure student achievement through state tests in the Spring of 2016 and SBAC assessments in the 2016-2017 academic year. This book is designed to assist students and teachers during the summative or end-of-the-year assessment period.
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How can students succeed on the SBAC test using the Lumos Study Program?

At Lumos Learning, we believe that yearlong learning and adequate practice before the actual test are the keys to student success on the standardized tests. We have designed the Lumos Study Program to help students get plenty of realistic practice before the test and promote yearlong collaborative learning.

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