Assessment for the Career Education and Work Standards can take two forms. Some assessments help the school district, building, and/or organization plan for implementation. Other assessments help students understand themselves and the world of work. Click here for Student Assessments.
Assess Implementation Using Standards Statements
These surveys help identify what each teacher is doing to address the Career Education and Work Standards. Use them to determine current practice in your building or district. This data is helpful when conducting a gap analysis.
|Standards Assessment Survey Grades K-3|
|Standards Assessment Survey Grades 4-5|
|Standards Assessment Survey Grades 6-8|
|Standards Assessment Survey Grades 9-12|
Assess Implementation Using I-Statements
These surveys help identify what each teacher is doing to address the I-Statements that can be used as the foundation for a student portfolio. Use them to determine current practice in your building or district. This data is helpful when conducting a gap analysis.
|I-Statement Assessment Survey Grades K-3|
|I-Statement Assessment Survey Grades 4-5|
|I-Statement Assessment Survey Grades 6-8|
|I-Statement Assessment Survey Grades 9-12|
To record your findings from the surveys and identify where the organization needs to increase effort to implement the standards and where there are already best practices occurring in the organization that could be expanded to serve all students, use the gap analysis chart that follows.
|Gap Analysis chart|
Funds for this Web site are provided under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-270) and from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Bureau of Career and Technical Education.