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Frequently Asked Questions about Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP2025)

This page answers frequently asked questions about Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP2025) by Teachers, Parents, and Students

What is the assessment conducted at the end of the year in Louisiana State called?

What was the earlier assessment conducted before the introduction of Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)?

When did Louisiana incorporate Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) as a form of the end of the year assessment?

What is the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) testing window for 2022?

How many sessions are there for each Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

What is the duration of Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

Is there any break in between the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test sessions?

What are the question types in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

How are the performance levels assessed in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)?

What is the calculator policy for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

How will StepUp® help my child prepare for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

What resources are available to help prepare my child for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) Test?

Which are the best performing districts in Louisiana?

Which are the poor-performing districts in Louisiana?

How is my school’s performance in LEAP?

What do the LEAP 2025 ELA and Math assessments provide?

What do the LEAP 2025 ELA and Math assessments indicate?

What are the two tasks in the LEAP 2025 ELA test?

What is the test duration for LEAP 2025 ELA test?

How long does the test duration for LEAP 2025 ELA test extend for grades 6 to 8?

The reading selections may include what types of passages?

What do the reporting categories provide parents and educators valuable information about overall student performance?

What is one type of ELA assessment?

What is the maximum value for CR items?

When does the computer-based test window for ELA Math begin?

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What is the assessment conducted at the end of the year in Louisiana State called?

The assessment conducted at the end of the year in Louisiana State is called Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)

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What was the earlier assessment conducted before the introduction of Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)?

Louisiana had PAARC assessments for grade K-12 till 2015. Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) as assessment for grades K-12 was introduced in the 2016-17 academic year.

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When did Louisiana incorporate Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) as a form of the end of the year assessment?

Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) as assessment for grades K-12 was introduced in 2016-17 academic year. Scroll to Top

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What is the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) testing window for 2022?

LEAP 2025 (ELA and Math): Paper-based tests (Grades 3 only): April 27- 29, 2022 Computer-based tests (Grades 3 to 8): April 25 – May 25, 2022 ​

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How many sessions are there for each Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

There are 3 sessions each for English Language Arts (ELA) and Math in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) ELA – Session 1: Literary Analysis Task (LAT) only (grade 3) or LAT and a passage set with one text (grades 4-8) OR Research Simulation Task ELA – Session 2: Research Simulation Task OR Narrative Writing Task (NWT) and a short passage set (grade 3) OR NWT with a longer text OR a pair of related texts (grades 4-8) ELA – Session 3: Reading Literary / Informational Texts Math: 3 Sessions Scroll to Top

What is the duration of Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

The duration of the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test is as follows: English Language Arts (ELA) : Grade 3: Session 1: 75 minutes Session 2: 75 minutes Session 3: 60 minutes Grade 4 and 5: Session 1: 90 minutes Session 2: 90 minutes Session 3: 60 minutes Grade 6 to 8: Session 1: 90 minutes Session 2: 90 minutes Session 3: 80 minutes Math: Grade 3 to 5 Session 1: 75 minutes Session 2: 85 minutes Session 3: 75 minutes Grade 6 to 8 Session 1: 60 minutes Session 2: 90 minutes Session 3: 90 minutes Scroll to Top

Is there any break in between the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test sessions?

No, there are no breaks in between a single session in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP). Scroll to Top

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What are the question types in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

The question types in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) Test are as follows: English Language Arts (ELA):
  • SR: Selected Response Items—students select answer(s); includes multiple-choice items (one- and two-part), Technology Enhanced questions, and multiple-select items (items that require more than one correct answer)
  • PCR: Prose Constructed Response—requires an extended written response.
  • Math:
  • Multiple-choice, multiple-select, fill-in-the-blank (or gridded), open-response, and technology-enhanced items (TEIs).
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    How are the performance levels assessed in Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP)?

    Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) performance level indicators are :
  • Advanced
  • Mastery
  • Basic
  • Approaching Basic
  • Unsatisfactory
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    What is the calculator policy for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

    No Calculator allowed Grades 3 to 5 and Session 1 of Grade 6 to 8 during the Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP). Calculators are allowed only for Sessions 2 & 3 of Grades 6 to 8.
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    How will StepUp® help my child prepare for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) test?

    The Lumos StepUp® provides (a) Online access to TWO Full-length Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP2025) Practice Tests. (b) Workbooks to practice 30+ Math and 40+ ELA skills. (c) Access to parent and student portals. (d) Access to Teacher portal. (e) Easy-to-use, advanced and real-time reports to help you identify areas of weakness and tailor personalized learning plans for your student. (f) Student-centric approach, combined with instant feedback, boosts student confidence and improves learning outcomes. (g) StepUp® program can be accessed through a number of devices that include, PC, tablet, and smartphones & it is available 24×7. This convenience helps to enable anywhere learning. The program provides the students, the opportunity to master the standards and also helps them to become familiar with the test through LEAP2025 Rehearsals. To learn more about StepUp program, click on the links below. To access Parent / Student portal click here To access School / Teacher portal click here Scroll to Top

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    What resources are available to help prepare my child for Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) Test?

    In addition to the Lumos StepUp® program benefits, you can also access Free Sample questions on Lumos Learning site by clicking on the button below To access Sample questions click here Further, you can get more information about Louisiana Educational Assessment Program (LEAP) tests and view sample papers at http://www.louisianabelieves.com http://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/library/practice-tests http://www.louisianabelieves.com/resources/library/assessment-guidance Scroll to Top

    Which are the best performing districts in Louisiana?

    You can get more information about the best performing districts in Louisiana by clicking on the below box: To access best performing districts click here Scroll to Top

    Which are the poor-performing districts in Louisiana?

    You can get more information about the poor performing districts in Louisiana by clicking on the box below: To access poor performing districts click here Scroll to Top

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    How is my school’s performance in LEAP?

    You can know more about your school’s performance by clicking on the box and typing your school’s name in the search box
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    What do the LEAP 2025 ELA and Math assessments provide?

    Measure of student performance

    What do the LEAP 2025 ELA and Math assessments indicate?

    Student readiness and whether students are on track for college and careers

    What are the two tasks in the LEAP 2025 ELA test?

    Literary Analysis Task or the Research Simulation Task

    What is the test duration for LEAP 2025 ELA test?

    60 mins to 90 mins per session

    How long does the test duration for LEAP 2025 ELA test extend for grades 6 to 8?

    250 mins

    The reading selections may include what types of passages?

    Fiction and nonfiction passages

    What do the reporting categories provide parents and educators valuable information about overall student performance?

    Readiness to continue further studies in English language arts

    What is one type of ELA assessment?

    Evidence-based Selected Response EBSR for 1 point Multiple Select MS

    What is the maximum value for CR items?

    Prose Constructed Response PCR Maximum values for CR items are 3, 4, or 6 points

    When does the computer-based test window for ELA and Math begin?

    April 25, 2022 Scroll to Top
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