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The Skill-Based Assessment of Core Communication Standards: K-2 (SACCS: K-2) is a non-standardized tool which measures performance on phonological awareness, speaking & listening and language skills from the Common Core State Standards. These skills are required for students to master grade-level content in the regular education setting. Available from Dynamic Resources, the SACCS: K-2 was designed to provide speech-language pathologists with a tool that assists with efficient skill-based or functional assessment, such as that needed for special education assessments, writing present levels of performance for IEPs, special education progress monitoring and RtI monitoring.

The test manual includes reproducible administration protocols and summary forms, so you never need to spend additional money for test protocols. Summary forms allow you to compare a student's performance over multiple administrations, so that you are able to easily document progress and demonstrate improvements to parents, teachers, and administrators. View the Detailed Progress Monitoring form here:


SACCS: K-2 Introduction Video