CTAS ResourcesOverview of the Connecticut Alternate Science (CTAS) Assessment
Students with significant cognitive disabilities are identified for participation in the Alternate Assessment System when the Planning and Placement Team (PPT) determines the student meets eligibility criteria. Trained teachers administer the Alternate Assessments individually to eligible students.
Eligible students in Grades 5, 8 and 11 participate in the Connecticut Alternate Science (CTAS) Assessment.
Resources Specific to the Connecticut Alternate Science (CTAS) Assessment
- CTAS - Assessing Students Who Are Blind, Deaf or Deaf-Blind
- The Connecticut Alternate Assessment Science Assessment TEA Responsibility Checklist
- CTAS Required Materials
CTAS Scoring and Reporting
- Guide for CTAS Score Report Interpretation - This guide is designed to help educators, parents, students, and members of the public understand and properly explain the results of the CTAS.
- Sample District Letter for CTAS Individual Student Reports