Value-Added Assessment in Other States

Tennessee’s value-added assessment system, TVAAS, is the longest-running in the country. Other states have begun adopting this or similar growth models, and the U.S. Department of Education has increasingly encouraged the use of value-added programs by states to complement their focus on Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).

For more information on the growing use of value-added assessment models in other states, and its support at the national level, review the information below:

Ohio

Pennsylvania

North Carolina

  • Information on value-added assessment in North Carolina is available from the North Carolina Department of Education here

Federal Support