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These Lexile linked assessments are for non-native English speakers or are available outside of the United States.

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The TOEFL® Primary™ tests are new assessments from ETS that help you shape young students’ English-language instruction in a way you never had before. They are designed for students ages 8+ and measure the English skills that provide a foundation for students’ future success. For more information on Lexile measures and the TOEFL® Primary™ test, visit toeflyss.lexile.com.

ETS®: TOEFL® Junior™ Test More recently, ETS announced that young English language learners who take the new TOEFL Junior test will receive Lexile measures to support their reading practice. The score report will include students’ reading section score matched with a Lexile measure and a link to www.lexile.com/toefljunior, where they can build reading lists based on their ability and interests.

Istation’s ISIP™ provides reliable data with frequent, age-appropriate measurement for students. Adjusting to each student’s ability, the interactive assessment keeps developing readers engaged while they work through fun activities. While students work through the fun, game-like format of Istation’s reading assessment, results automatically generate reports that pinpoint exactly where there is room to grow.

Natmal, in partnership with MetaMetrics released the E-LQ® Assessment, the first English Reading Comprehension Assessment in Korea, that reports a Lexile measure. The E-LQ Assessment allows Korean students to use Lexile measures to compare their English reading ability with native students in the U.S. and other English-speaking nations. E-LQ Assessment also stands out for its culturally adjusted test items and reading passages, taking into consideration the reality of English education in Korea conducted at the elementary, middle and high school level. In addition to providing the Lexile measure as the overall reading ability of the test taker, it also provides each test takers with the “field achievement” in his/hers reading ability, giving a separate assessment on the 4 field of content areas (literature, art & humanities, social science, and natural science) that were evenly incorporated into the assessment’s reading passages and items. The E-LQ Assessment is administered in five levels (Elementary Level, Pre-Intermediate Level, Intermediate Level, Post-Intermediate Level and Advanced Level) and is open to a wide range of applicants from fifth grade students to university students and the general public. The Assessment is administered in both the traditional offline method (PBT: Paper Based Test) and the computer based online method (CBT: Computer Based Test), and are appropriate for both individual and group administration settings.

In collaboration with MetaMetrics®, Richmond Publishing has prepared three reading tests per school year for students using the COMPASS Reading Log program at levels 1 to 6. The tests aim to match students with texts at their ideal reading level each time the test is taken, as well as to monitor students’ growth as readers. They can be accessed on the COMPASS platform.

Scholastic International. Please visit the Scholastic International web site for more information.