Evaluation and Assessments

SHARE Education Services offers academic assessment and evaluations throughout the year at conferences, annually scheduled regional assessment, or by special arrangement. Assessments evaluate native English-speaking students or multilingual students with very strong English skills. These tests are intended to be administered to U.S. and Canadian students and may not accurately evaluate students from other passport countries. 

Early Reading Assessment

(Grades K-2) This test provides information on the development of skills your child needs to become a successful reader. Phonemic and phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.

Basic Skill Assessments

(Grades 3-12) This test offers assessment in the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics and are appropriate for those families who desire annual testing.

Struggling Learner Assessments

If a child experiences significant struggles in learning, speech/language, or other areas that affect his/her education, assessments are available. Please be aware that, due to the types of tests used, this testing is most appropriate for native English speakers. Contact us for more information.

SHARE for Young Children (SFYC)

SHARE for Young Children (SFYC) is a committee within SHARE Education Services that provides webinars, resources, consultations, and referrals to parents of children between birth and age five. SFYC focuses on the areas of cultural transition, child development, and school preparation while also offering prenatal courses as well as a developmental assessment called the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ). The assessment is administered by the parent and is suitable for children between the ages of 2 months and 5.5 years old. SFYC staff provide a follow-up consultation with suggestions and referrals when necessary.  

Career Planning

SHARE offers an assessment in 21 different languages to help young adults determine how they have been uniquely designed and what career and educational paths would be appropriate for them. In-depth consultation is provided to help those seeking direction utilizing the results of the assessment in discovering the career where they will thrive.

(Grades K-2) This test provides information on the development of skills your child needs to become a successful reader. Phonemic and phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.

(Grades 3-12) This test offers assessment in the areas of reading, writing, and mathematics and are appropriate for those families who desire annual testing. 

If a child experiences significant struggles in learning, speech/language, or other areas that affect his/her education, assessments are available. Please be aware that, due to the types of tests used, this testing is most appropriate for native English speakers. Contact us for more information.

The tests listed above may be useful for students who wish to generally assess their English skills in comparison to age-mates in the U.S.. However, culturally-biased questions and the use of American English may not result in a complete assessment of a student’s English skills. Please contact us for more information. 

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