The only universal screening, diagnostic reporting, and progress monitoring tool to combine Computer-Adaptive Testing (CAT) with Curriculum-Based Measures (CBM).
Fast Results that Lead to Faster Student Growth
FastBridge bolsters student learning across reading, math and social-emotional behavior with timely, targeted supports and insights.
- Drive student achievement with powerful data from progress monitoring, adaptive testing, and universal screening tools
- Ensure valid and reliable results with evidence-based tools developed in collaboration with researchers at leading universities across the country
- Save time and effort with a single platform to aggregate, visualize, and share data at the student, class, school, and district levels
- FastBridge assessments are psychometrically sound, improving the reliability and validity of instructional decisions by giving educators accurate data about student learning
Assessment to Action
Data from the suite of assessments in FASTtrack Reading and Math flow into the Screening to Intervention report to provide teachers recommendations for grouping students, adjusting class-wide instruction, and delivering small-group interventions.
Accurate Progress Monitoring in Half the Time
Set goals for a student’s learning growth, quickly and frequently assess a student’s academic performance with the FAST ProjectionTM line: a patent-pending algorithm based on extensive research from the University of Minnesota.
Academic and Social-Emotional Behavior (SEB) Assessments in One
Choose from a suite of reading, math and SEB assessments to screen student achievement to monitor growth over time. This includes:
- Direct Behavior Rating
- Social, Academic, and Emotional Behavior Risk Screener (SAEBRS)
See Faster Results with FastBridge
“The S2i report has been a life-saver. I love that it shows exactly what the students’ strengths are, and then sets attainable goals for each student. It is a wonderful way to show parents exactly what their child can do and what goals we are working towards …It is wonderful!”
Raymond Central Schools (NE)