The National Catholic Educational Association Information for Growth Assessment of Children/Youth Religious Education is a religious academic assessment tool used by Catholic schools, parishes, and dioceses developed to accomplish four tasks:
Six domains which match the six tasks of catechesis found in both the General Directory for Catechesis (Vatican, 1997) and the National Directory for Catechesis (USCCB, 2005) frame the cognitive section of the assessment tool:
Performance Series is a computer-adaptive skills assessment used for grades 2-8 to measure student growth in reading and math. These assessments are administered throughout the school year to allow teachers to customize and modify instruction for individual student needs.
The CollegeBoard SAT test is an entrance exam that allows college admissions offices to assess high school student achievement in the domains of math, reading, and writing.