Where to get a Quantile Measure

Most mathematics tests and instructional programs have the ability to report students' scores in terms of Quantile measures. Below is a list of assessments, by assessment type, which provide student Quantile measures.

Learn more about which instructional products offer Quantile measures in our Benefits for Partners section or continue in this section to learn more about how the skills are connected together in knowledge clusters.


State-Mandated Assessments

State by state assessment map

Approximately 35 million students from across all 50 states receive Lexile and Quantile measures from instructional programs used at the local level. A growing number of state departments of education also report Lexile and Quantile measures to assure that state test results are meaningful and actionable.

The information below provides specifics on how to access Quantile student measures from the assessments in your state and whom to contact at the state level regarding questions about these measures.

State leaders are encouraged to contact Julie Worden, Project Manager, Instructional Innovations and Support with updates. Jworden@lexile.com, 919-354-3467

 

 

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Quantile measures in Kentucky
 

Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress (K-PREP) Mathematics Test, Grades 3-8

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure - Contact your child’s school (directory here). Sample student report coming soon!
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Login here to Continuous Instructional Improvement and Technology System (CIITS) Sample student report coming soon!
  • For questions contact: Robin Hill, Kentucky Department of Education, Next-Generation Learners, robin.hill@education.ky.gov.

 

Quantile measures in North Carolina
 

North Carolina READY End Of Grade Assessment in Mathematics, Grades 3-8

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure - School mails NCEOG report to parents (directory here). See sample student report here.
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Contact school administrator for NCEOG report. See sample student report here.
  • For questions contact: Robin McCoy, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Director of K-12 Curriculum & Instruction, robin.mccoy@dpi.nc.gov, 919-807-3817.

 

North Carolina READY End of Course Assessment in Math 1

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure -  School mails report to parents (directory here). See sample student report here.
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Contact school administrator. See sample student report here.
  • For questions contact: Robin McCoy, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Director of K-12 Curriculum & Instruction, robin.mccoy@dpi.nc.gov, 919-807-3817.

 

Quantile measures in Virginia
 

Standards of Learning (SOL) Test in Mathematics, Grades 3-8

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure - School mails student report including the Quantile measure to parents (directory here). See sample student report here.
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Contact your school administration. See sample student report here

 

Standards of Learning (SOL) End of Course Algebra I Test

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure -  School mails student report including the Quantile measure to parents (directory here). See sample student report here.
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Contact your school administration. See sample student report here.

  

Standards of Learning (SOL) End of Course Geometry Test

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure -  School mails student report including the Quantile measure to parents (directory here) for more information. See sample student report here.
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Contact your school administration. See sample student report here.

 

Standards of Learning (SOL) End of Course Algebra II Test

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure -  School mails student report including the Quantile measure to parents (directory here) for more information. See sample student report here.
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Contact your school administration. See sample student report here.
  • For questions contact: Michael Bolling, Virginia Department of Education, Mathematics and Governor’s Schools, michael.bolling@doe.virginia.gov.

 

Quantile measures in West Virginia
 

West Virginia Educational Standards Test 2 (WESTEST 2) in Mathematics, Grades 3-11

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure - Contact your child’s school (school directory here).  Sample student report coming soon!
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Contact your school administrator (directory here). Sample student report coming soon!
  • For questions contact: Juan D’Brot, Executive Director, Office of Assessment and Accountability, West Virginia Department of Education, jdbrot@access.k12.wv.us

 

Quantile measures in Wyoming
 

Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students (PAWS) in Mathematics, Grades 3-8

 

  • Find your child’s Quantile measure -  Contact your child’s school (directory here). See sample student report here.
  • Find your student’s Quantile measure - Contact your school administrator (directory here). See sample student report here.
  • For questions contact: Deb Lindsey, Wyoming Department of Education, Assessment, deb.lindsey@wyo.gov

 


Interim/Benchmark Assessments

 

i-Ready logo

i-Ready® Diagnostic & Instruction combines a K-12 online student assessment, K-8 online and teacher-led resources to differentiate instruction, and mobile apps for purposeful practice, into one comprehensive solution. It is designed to help both students who are struggling and need remediation as well as those students who need additional academic challenges. Built for the Common Core State Standards in reading and mathematics, i-Ready has been implemented nationwide and is also a state-approved program in places like NY, CO, GA, OK, OH, VA, and UT.


Scholastic Math Inventory logo

Scholastic Math Inventory (SMI) is a complete mathematics assessment solution for students in grades 2-8+. Based on the Quantile Framework, SMI provides instructional placement recommendations for differentiation. Fast, scalable and cost-effective, SMI works independently or with Scholastic Reading Inventory to provide educators with immediate, actionable data for universal screening and progress monitoring.

www.Scholastic.com/SMI


Voyager Expanded Learning

Voyager Sopris Learning, Inc. provides core, intervention, and supplemental programs based on the most current research on how students learn. Voyager is also the premier provider of online professional development for educators across the country. Voyager Vmath and Transmath intervention programs as well as the VoyagerU Professional Development program are endorsed by the Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE).

Vmath, National and Texas Editions
www.voyagerlearning.com

 

American Education Corporation
A+ Learning Link
www.amered.com

Measured Progress
Progress Toward Standards (PTS3)
www.measuredprogress.org


Norm-Referenced Assessments

CTB McGraw Hill logo

Terra Nova (CAT/6 and CTBS/5)

As the nation's leading publisher of standardized and standards-based achievement tests for pre-school, elementary, middle, high school, and adult education, CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC offers a broad range of assessments, software and services. CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC is part of the Assessment and Reporting group of McGraw-Hill Education (MHE), a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE: MHP). MHE is a leading global provider of instructional, assessment and reference solutions that empower professionals and students of all ages. McGraw-Hill Education has offices in 33 countries and publishes in more than 40 languages.

 

ERB logo

ERB: Comprehensive Testing Program, 4th Edition (CTP 4)

The CTP is a rigorously designed series of assessments in reading, writing, and mathematics developed to help educators collect critical educational data that answers the questions of administrators, teachers, and parents about achievement. CTP 4 is not one test, but a set consisting of a series of multiple-choice and open-ended question tests administered to groups of students over the course of several days, either in the spring or the fall. CTP 4 has 10 levels; a different level is used with each grade from 1 through 11.