Key Data Systems (KDS) is an industry leader in educational psychometric services and standards-based assessment. KDS is one of two of our item bank offerings included with the purchase of Itematica.
Inspect® and TX Test Maker are next-generation formative assessment item banks providing educators a truly comprehensive assessment solution. This solution offers an industry-leading combination of rigor, innovation, and integrity. The result is ease of assessment delivery that provides specific feedback to teachers so they can quickly inform instruction to increase student learning.
- Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)
- Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE)
- North Carolina Standard Course of Study (NCSCoS)
- Common Core State Standards, including state-specific versions.
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TX Test Maker
TX Test Maker is a 65,000 item bank written to the STAAR Readiness and Supporting Standards and assesses all current TEKS. Click Here to access an item count breakdown by subject and grade level.
ELAR: Grades 1-8 + English I, II, and III
Mathematics: Grades 1-8 + Algebra I and II, and Geometry
Science: 3-8 + Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
Social Studies: 3-8 + US History, World History, and World Geography
Transadapted Spanish Grades 1-5
Inspect contains more than 100,000 items written to today’s rigorous college- and career-ready standards. Inspect® items are written using an evidence-centered design, following the same specifications used by SBAC, PARCC, and other high-stakes testing providers.
ELA: Grades K-8 + English I, II, and III
Mathematics: Grades K-8 + Algebra I and II, and Geometry
Science*: 3-8 + Biology, Chemistry, and Physics
Social Studies*: 3-8 + US History, World History, and World Geography
Use the links below to access an item count breakdown by subject and grade level for your state. Curious about another state? Contact Us!
|Common Core Item Counts||Georgia Item Counts||North Carolina Item Counts|
* Feature availability and item counts vary by state