State Board’s May Meeting Summary

Utah State Board of Education Meeting Summary Briefly

In its May 13, 2016 meeting, the Utah State Board of Education:

Agreed, conditionally, to review the state’s math and English language arts standards and to support Gov. Gary Herbert in his request to look at replacing Utah’s SAGE tests in high school with the ACT . . . → Read More

SAGE Results

Utah public school students on average improved in language arts, math, and science end-of-level tests known as SAGE (Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence) assessments, according to data released today by the Utah State Office of Education. . . . → Read More

New SAGE Test Results

SAGE Brochure

Final results from last spring’s first-ever computer-adaptive Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence (SAGE) tests showed 41.7 percent of Utah’s public school students are on track to be college and career ready in language arts, 38.7 percent in math, and 43.7 percent in science when they graduate from high school, according to data released today by the Utah State Office of Education. . . . → Read More

SAGE Family Brochure

Students have been required to take year-end tests for years. In 2008, Utah began to field new computer adaptive tests, and the success of this testing system led the Utah State Legislature to establish a computer adaptive testing system statewide in 2013-14. . . . → Read More

SAGE Regional Meetings

Utah State Office of Education staff has been traveling around the state for regional meetings to provide updated information and respond to questions in regards to the new computer adaptive assessment system that will be implemented in Utah spring 2014. . . . → Read More