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This document details the step-by-step instructions on how to create an Enterprise A&A account through the EdPortal in order to receive access to the restricted sections of this Iowa ELPA21 portal. The restricted sections include any icon on the User pages that have a lock symbol. These icons include access to the Test Information Distribution Engine (TIDE), the Test Delivery System (TDS), and the Online Reporting System (ORS). In order to assess students using the Iowa ELPA21 assessments, you must create an A&A account and access these secure systems.

This document outlines user roles and their various access features for all the AIR online systems. Users will need to access https://portal.ed.iowa.gov in order to set up accounts.

This chart details approximate testing times to allow for the scheduling of computer labs, and student scheduling.

This chart includes the number of tasks and questions by grade band for the ELPA21 Operational Summative Assessment. 

This document provides a list of technology skills that students will experience on the ELPA21 assessments.

This document is a test security and confidentiality agreement to be signed by all scribes and translators who are responsible for administering ELPA21 tests. Signed copies of this document should be stored in each district’s office

The Test Security Chart shows the test security incident levels and examples of types of issues.

The Tool Button Sheet was created to support students when TAs proctor the ELPA21 Training Test. If this sheet is provided to students during the ELPA21 Summative assessment, the sheet may not be used as scratch paper and must be collected and processed according to the school’s Test Security and Building Plan.

A quick primer for how to locate student score reports in ORS for receiving and sending districts.