Scholastic Professional Books
Ready-To-Use Reading Assessments & Intervention Strategies for K-2 by Weaver, B.M.
Rubrics, Record-Keeping Sheets, Student Profiles, and Assessments With Reproducible Testing Mini-Books That Help You Evaluate Student Reading and Guide Their Literacy Instruction

35 Must-Have Assessment and Record-Keeping Forms for Reading by Laura Robb
Reproducible Checklists, Evaluation Forms, and Other Tools to Help you Plan Meaningful Instruction and Manage a Successful Reading Program

Taking Running Records by Mary Shea
How to Take Them and Use What They Tell You To Assess and Improve Every Child's Reading

35 Rubrics & Checklists to Assess Reading and Writing by Adele Fiderer Time-Saving Reproducible Forms for Meaningful Literacy Assessment

Kindergarten Assessment Handbook
Easy Assessments to Determine Students' Levels of Literacy Development SO hat You Can Meet Their Individual Needs

Reading Placement Tests (Grade 1)
Easy Assessments to Determine Students' Levels in Phonics, Vocabulary, and Reading Comprehension

Reading Placement Tests (Grade 2)
Easy Assessments to Determine Students' Levels in Phonics, Vocabulary, and Reading Comprehension

Reading Placement Tests (Grades 4- 6)
Easy Assessments to Determine Students' Levels in Phonics, Vocabulary, and Reading Comprehension

Scholastic Assessment Programs
Fluency Formula Assessment System
(Grades 1-6)
The National Reading Panel recommends that fluency be assessed formally on a regular basis. Many states and districts now require Oral Fluency Assessments (OFAs) as a measure of adequate yearly progress. Scholastic's Fluency Formula Assessment System allows you to meet these requirements with confidence and ease.

Scholastic Reading Counts (Grades 3-12)
The reading motivation program that turns students into avid readers, tests their comprehension, and tracks their progress. Students read books (more than 30,000 titles are supported) and then test their comprehension with a computer-based quiz.

Scholastic Reading Inventory
With SRI you can determine each student's reading level at any time, and measure reading growth throughout the year. Clear, actiobale reports make it easy to track progress and identify needs. Only SRI matches students to appropriate books that fit their abilities and interests.

More Professional Books
An Observation Survey by Clay, M.
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (1993)

Becoming Literate: The Construction of Inner Control by Clay, M. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (1991)

Assessing and Correcting Reading and Writing Difficulties (2nd ed.)by Gunning, T.G. Boston: Allyn & Bacon (2002)

Assessment and Instruction of Reading and Writing Disability by Lipson, M. & K. Wixson. New York: Addison Wesley (1997)

Windows into Literacy Assessing Learners K-8 by Rhodes, L. & N. Shanklin . Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann (1993)

Qualitative Reading Inventory-II by Leslie, L & Caldwell, J. Glenview, IL: Scott Foresman/Little, Brown (1995)

Professional Articles
Sullivan, W. S., Chair of New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) (Sept. 2003). Assessing the Assessments - 2003 (High Stakes Testing Position Paper)

International Reading Association (January, 1999) High Stakes Assessments in Reading (position paper). Newark, DE: International Reading Association

American Educational Research Association (2000, July), High-Stakes Testing in Pre K-12 Education (position paper). Washington, D.C.: American Educational Research Association.

International Reading Association & National Council of Teachers of English Joint Task Force on Assessment, (1994). Standards for the Assessment of Reading and Writing. Newark, DE: Author