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Progress Mathematics Assessments


Progress Monitor Student Benchmark Assessments

Grades 1–8

Available as an additional purchase, you'll find:

  • Over 125 pages of assessments that include four Benchmarks, each assessing grade level learning objectives so teachers can monitor each student's mastery
  • Benchmarks that mirror the format of the new state assessments and include selected-response, constructed-response, and technology-enhanced like items
  • A separate Teacher's Guide supports test administration with rubrics, sample student work for constructed-response items, answer key, reproducible class reporting forms, and correlations between items and Standards




iProgress Monitor

Grades 1–8

This web-based assessment system is available as a Seat or Site License through Sadlier Connect as an additional purchase. With all the content from the Progress Monitor Student Benchmark Assessments and more, you will:

  • Prepare students for the new online assessments with Unit Reviews,
 Unit Tests, Performance Tasks, and Benchmark 
Assessments in an interactive format
  • Save time by creating practice worksheets and assessments to administer online or in print
  • Share customized tests across a school/district
  • Provide instant feedback, track student progress, and access real-time data and reports
  • Access anytime, anywhere, on most Internet-enabled devices, including iPad® mobile digital devices.


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Online Unit Tests

Grades 1–8

The Progress Mathematics Online Unit Tests, available on Sadlier Connect, assess students’ levels of proficiency on the learning objectives taught in each unit. They use a combination of selected-response, constructed-response, and technology-enhanced items.

With the online Unit Tests, you will:

  • Administer tests for students to complete online or in a printable format 
  • Save time with auto scoring and track students’ progress with real-time data 
  • Assess every learning objective in each unit up to four times with varying levels of Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) 
  • Expose students to the types of digital tools they will experience on the new state assessments