Division of Assessment, Accountability & Information Technology

Mission

This division provides assessment, accountability, and technical support for local school systems.  We provide resources to help develop world-class students who are lifelong learners and productive, responsible citizens of a global society.


Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program (MCAP)

Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program (MCAP)

The Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program (MCAP) covers state and federally-mandated assessments in English Language Arts/Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Government, and Kindergarten Readiness.  MCAP also includes Alternate Assessments for select students.

Through our work we support:

  • Fair, valid, and reliable assessment
  • Data-informed decision making
  • Systemic planning



Tool Kit to Determine Students College and Career Ready under the College and Career Readiness and College Completion Act of 2013
November 2018
Revised: December 2018

Tool Kit to Determine Students College and Career Ready under the College and Career Readiness and College Completion Act of 2018


Contact Information

Jennifer Judkins, Ed.D.
Assistant State Superintendent
Division of Assessment, Accountability and Information Technology
jennifer.judkins@maryland.gov