• Delaware Mathematics Assessment

    Assessments are an integral part of the instructional cycle and fulfill several purposes for educators, students, parents, policy makers, and community members. Assessments administered at the state, district/charter, and school levels combine to form a system of assessments with the goal of supporting student growth.

    Delaware’s mathematics assessment helps students, families and teachers determine each student’s strengths and areas for growth on the state's standards for math. This assessment is just one measure for determining your child’s progress in school. Other measures include your child's grades, classroom assignments, district-wide tests and more.

    Delaware teachers helped to develop Smarter’s mathematics assessment. The Smarter Balanced Assessment System has three components: summative assessments, designed for accountability purposes; interim assessments, designed to support teaching and learning throughout the year; and formative assessment processes, supported by professional learning and instructional resources in the Digital Library.

    General Overview

    Overview of High School Smarter Interims Administration Requirements  Webinar Recording (Oct 10, 2019)

    Family and Educator Resources

    • Content Crosswalk Documents for Mathematics

      Documents align to the Delaware ELA/Literacy and Math Claims and assessments Targets for Grades 3-8. They can be used to design classroom lessons and districts assessments. In addition, they serve as a guide in understanding the Smarter ELA/Literacy and Math Reports.

    • Smarter Balanced Test Blueprints

      Summative test blueprints that reflect refinements and revisions after the analysis of the Pilot and Field Tests. Describe the content of the ELA/Literacy and Mathematics Summative Assessments in grades 3‒8, and how that content will be assessed to reflect the depth and breadth of the performance expectations for the CCSS. Provide information about the number of items, score points, and depth of knowledge for items associated with each assessment target. Also continue to guide the development of items and performance tasks, score reporting, and ongoing research.

    •  Smarter Balanced Adjusted Blueprints - Mathematics January 2021 



Last Modified on April 11, 2023