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What can the WIN curriculum and Work Keys assessment replace?

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What can the WIN curriculum and Work Keys assessment replace?

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At this time, there are no plans to replace the HSGQE or any of the SBAs with any of the Alaska Career Ready components. At least two other states, Illinois and Michigan, require two WorkKeys assessments as part of their high school graduation testing requirements. At least three other states, Florida, Wyoming, and Kentucky, are offering WorkKeys assessments to high school students on an optional basis.Keep in mind the WorkKeys assessments need not be administered by credentialed staff, as other tests do. However, the assessments are nationally standardized and do need to be proctored. The three WorkKeys assessments will take a total of about 3 hours, one hour for each component: Reading for Information (RI), Applied Math (AM), and Locating Information (LI). The regulations do not require any minimum score as a graduation requirement.The 6th and 8th grade benchmark assessments are easier to manage and administer. They are provided from within the WIN tutorial software, and every school

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At this time, there are no plans to replace the HSGQE or any of the SBAs with any of the Alaska Career Ready components. At least two other states, Illinois and Michigan, require two WorkKeys assessments as part of their high school graduation testing requirements. At least three other states, Florida, Wyoming, and Kentucky, are offering WorkKeys assessments to high school students on an optional basis. Keep in mind the WorkKeys assessments need not be administered by credentialed staff, as other tests do. However, the assessments are nationally standardized and do need to be proctored. The three WorkKeys assessments will take a total of about 3 hours, one hour for each component: Reading for Information (RI), Applied Math (AM), and Locating Information (LI). The regulations do not require any minimum score as a graduation requirement. The 6th and 8th grade benchmark assessments are easier to manage and administer. They are provided from within the WIN tutorial software, and every scho

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