ACCESS for ELLs is the name of the annual proficiency testing required by the State of New Jersey
What is ACCESS for ELLs Testing? (Link)
Q&A for Parents
WIDA ACCESS for ELLs
“The ACCESS test” is an English language proficiency test that is required for all students identified as ELL, whether in the ESL program or not. This test provides essential information about the progress of students and determines eligibility for the ESL program.
Questions and Answers (Q&A)
Parents can use the following questions to obtain more information about their child’s testing experience:
How will my child take the test?
Who will give my child ACCESS for ELLs 2.0?
Where will my child take the test?
Did someone from the school explain the test to my son/daughter?
Are all of my child’s teachers aware that he/she is taking the test?
When and how will the scores be shared with me?
Online practice available for Grades 1-8
Official site: http://wbte.drcedirect.com/WIDA/portals/wida
Testing Info Translations
What is ACCESS? (اللغة العربية)
What is ACCESS? (中文)
What is ACCESS? (Español)
Score Report Translations