Resources for Student Assessment

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ABOUT SKILLCHECK

SkillCheck is a leading provider of performance-based assessment solutions, offering more than 18 years of experience developing and delivering testing on information and communication technologies (ICT) and other skills to education and industry.

As a partner and developer of the Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3), SkillCheck has worked closely with ISTE to ensure that the goals of this globally emerging certification are in alignment with the NETS. SkillCheck has worked with the NETS leadership team to provide options for ISTE's NETS»T Candidate Readiness Benchmark and to ensure that the IC3 certification program is informed by the latest thinking in education technology.

With the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act and other federal, state, and local initiatives, testing has become increasingly important to educators at all levels. SkillCheck is committed to providing flexible, high-quality automated assessments that can be used to measure learning retention, academic readiness, and success in K-12, 2-year and 4-year colleges, and vocational programs.

SkillCheck's innovative testing solutions and expertise in test development, validation, and deployment have empowered educational institutions around the world with high-quality, performance-based testing solutions and easy-to-use test-making tools that can add value to any educational curriculum. Its expertise in large-scale automated testing has been informed by years of working closely with some of the largest and most successful businesses in the world on pre-employment and post-training assessments.

To learn more about resources SkillCheck has available for educators, visit www.skiIlcheck.com/education.

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