This site provides information and resources for understanding Indiana’s IREAD-3 assessments.

Recent Announcements

  • March 21, 2019 - Individual Student Report (ISR) Interpretive Guide

    The Interpretive Guide/Parent Letter that accompanies IREAD-3 Individual Student Results (ISRs) in the Online Reporting System is now available for download as a standalone file.

    Added March 21, 2019
  • March 08, 2019 - AIR System Downtime

    The operational environment for the Test Delivery System (TDS), which hosts the ILEARN, IREAD-3, and I AM practice and operational tests, will be offline beginning Friday, March 8, from 7:00 p.m. ET, through Sunday, March 10, at 11:59 p.m. ET. The ILEARN and IREAD-3 operational and practice tests will not be accessible during this time, but the Released Items Repository shall be. 

    Added March 8, 2019
  • March 8, 2019 – RESOLVED: Problem with uploading Users and Students in TIDE

    The issue with uploads into AIR’s TIDE system has been resolved and the system is functioning correctly.  Nightly student files were successfully processed overnight and users can be added today without issue.  Please contact the AIR Help Desk at 866-298-4256 if you experience any issues.

    Added March 7, 2019
  • March 4, 2019 - Online Reporting System User Guide (IREAD-3 Focused) and Online Reporting System Training Module - Now Posted!

    The Online Reporting System User Guide, addressing access to performance data for IREAD-3, and the Online Reporting System Training Module are now available for download from the IREAD-3 "CTC Resources" and "Educator Resources" pages of the Indiana Assessment Portal.

    Added March 4, 2019
  • An issue was discovered within Google Chrome’s previous operating software version that resulted with a “login shell.alert.login error” message for students attempting to sign into the AIRSecureTest app on Chromebooks. Google has included the fix for this issue in the latest Chrome OS version, Chrome OS 72.0.3626.117, and AIR is able to announce full support of this version with online testing as no other compatibility issues have been discovered. Many, if not most, Chrome OS devices should already be running on OS 72.0.3626.117, as it became available on Google’s stable channel on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. 
    As communicated in the Technology Setup for Online Testing Quick Guide and Additional Configurations and Troubleshooting Guide for Chrome OS resources, AIR recommends disabling Chrome OS auto-updates or limiting updates to a specific version used successfully before summative testing begins.

    Added February 27, 2019
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