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Ready for Life.

It’s almost time for your child to take the LEAP 2025 tests in math, social studies, science, and English language arts. To see what’s expected of your child, check out the grade-by-grade practice test and how it measures real-world skills, like problem-solving and critical thinking.

Here you’ll find tools to help you support your child in preparing for the tests such as practice tests, and guidance to the test and score reports.

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Did you know…

Nationally, a majority of parents rely on the annual state test to know if their child is on grade level.

What’s your child expected to know and do on the state test?

Click here to access the practice test for each grade and subject.

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What else do you need to know about the LEAP 2025 tests?

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Know What Your Child Is Learning

Know What Your Child Is Learning

The test measures the key skills and knowledge your child is expected to gain throughout the school year, as outlined in the Louisiana Student Standards.
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It Measures the Skills Your Child is Learning

It Measures the Skills Your Child is Learning

The LEAP 2025 tests are just one of several indicators, in combination with report cards, teacher-made tests, and classroom work, that are used to create a complete picture of a student’s performance in school. Even if your child gets good grades, check out the state test results to see how well your child understands specific concepts needed to be ready for the next grade.
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THE WHAT, WHEN, AND HOW

THE WHAT, WHEN, AND HOW

Ask your child’s teacher about details such as: How long does the test take? When will my child be taking the test in each subject? When and how will I get the results?
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HOW TO UNDERSTAND THE SCORE REPORT

HOW TO UNDERSTAND THE SCORE REPORT

Students receive a score in each subject they take a test. The scores are used by teachers to identify where students needs more support and when they are ready for more challenging material. You can use the score report to guide a discussion with your child’s teacher(s) about additional supports or enrichment that may be needed in class and at home.
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How to Support Your Child

How to Support Your Child

We know tests can be nerve-racking but you can boost your child’s self-confidence by showing him or her how to take on challenges with a positive attitude and determination. Remind your child to take their time and just try their best. By looking at the practice test together, your child will know what to expect.
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* PARENTS 2017: UNLEASHING THEIR POWER & POTENTIAL
**2015 NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS

Know the Facts

According our national survey, 90% of parents believe their child is performing at or above grade level.
What percentage of 8th grade students are reading at or above grade level?
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