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Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement
The Kaufman Test of Educational Achievement of the KTEA is a norm reference achievement test which means it is designed to measure what a student has learned compared to other students of the same age and grade. The KTEA can be given to students ages 4 years 6 months to 90 years. It contains one test easel, response booklets, record forms, and a manual. The KTEA consists of 3 subtests reading, writing, and math. One of the reasons the KTEA is a great assessment to use with students is because it is extremely reliable and valid with a reliability coefficient of .9 and a validity of .6. The KTEA is also easy to use with instruction prompts for the person administering the test. The basal and ceiling rules are posted at the beginning of each section and scores are easy to calculate using the charts in the back of the manual.
Hope College Created By: Amanda Cole Last Updated On: 12-9-12