Louisiana & ELPT Assessments
The ELPT assesses the English-language proficiency of students who meet the participation criteria for ELs as they progress from year to year. ELPT draws upon emerging technologies and innovative methods to measure progress, to encourage reclassification relative to grade-appropriate performance, and determine which school systems are meeting accountability goals for ELs.
Results from the ELPT determine a student’s level of English proficiency and to decide which language services and supports the student will need to fully participate in core content classes.
What does the ELPT Assessment Measure?
Students who have been identified as English Learners (ELs) enrolled in grades K-12 take the ELPT. The online assessment is not timed, and measures a student’s English proficiency in the four language domains: Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening.
English Language Teachers can set reaching expectations for their EL students, accelerate English language acquisition, and ensure equity for all English learners.
Summit K12 Language Development is evidence-based, aligns with ELPS standards, WIDA, as well as The Common Core.
Ensure your K–12 English learners are making steady progress toward their English Language Proficiency Growth Goals throughout the year and are prepared for Spring testing with the Connect to Literacy™ online Review and Readiness program.
Is adaptive to all learners through Individualized Language Learning Plans (ILLPs)
Provides Autoscoring—including enhanced AI for Speaking Items
Offers Embedded ELPT Speaking and Writing Rubrics
Was created to differentiate across The 6 Grade bands: K, 1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-8, 9-12
With interactive, engaging video lessons written for all English Learners at six different grade bands, covering all five ELD standards, Connect to Literacy supports growth in all four domains with just 30-60 minutes of practice a week.