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Early Readiness

The Developmental Tasks for Kindergarten Readiness-II (DTKR-II) provides objective data on a child's skills and abilities as they relate to successful performance in kindergarten.
The YCAT-2 provides an early identification of children at risk for later school failure.
The TOPEL can identify preschoolers who are at risk for literacy problems, allowing early intervention.
This test is designed to identify reading problems in young children. It can be used by classroom teachers, special educators, speech pathologists, and school psychologists.
The Kindergarten Essential Skills Assessment (KESA) is designed to measure the critical skills that predict end-of-year kindergarten success. KESA supports the early identification and intervention for children who are at-risk for kindergarten retention and Special Education referral.
The Number Sense Screener is a quick, reliable, and affordable screener useful to identify students in kindergarten and first grade at risk of later math difficulties, and to design intervention.
The WABC is a unique, norm-referenced assessment that evaluates a child’s understanding and use of basic concepts.