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PARCC - The EdTech Resource Guide

If you are a Techie in a school district participating in PARCC, you are undoubtedly aware of all of the work that goes into making Computer Based Testing work. Here is a collection of resources I have for PARCC testing (some are specific to my school in Illinois).

Parcc Website

Parcc Manuals and Training


 - Searchable Support Guide:

Parcc Technology Guidelines

Pearson Access Next (Teacher/Staff/Techies Login Page)

 - For Training Site:

Setting Up TestNav

 - Get the TestNav App(s):

Setting Up Proctor Cache

Importing Users and Students

 - Import/Export Data Function in PearsonAccessNext:

Illinois (State Assessment) PARCC Pages

 - State Assessment PARCC Home Page:


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