What's new for 2022–2023

mCLASS is launching several new and exciting features as you return to school in 2022. They’ll save you time, extend your reach, and support your efforts to deliver the types of rigorous and riveting learning experiences you know your students deserve.

mCLASS Lectura: New Spanish assessment suite for K–6

Amplify has launched mCLASS Lectura, a new Spanish assessment suite for K–6. Based on the science behind how students learn to read in Spanish, mCLASS Lectura allows teachers to connect with their Spanish-speaking students one-on-one, and in the language most comfortable to them. Teachers are able to pinpoint where their Spanish-speaking or emergent bilingual students really are in their skills development and what instruction to prioritize.

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Simplified navigation

Starting this back to school season, Amplify will have a unified and streamlined Global Navigation Menu with easy access for students to navigate to other Amplify products from the mCLASS student assessment platform.

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One Entrance for all Amplify Programs

Now, there is one central location to access mCLASS and all your other Amplify programs. Simply visit and bookmark learning.amplify.com to log in!

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Benchmark Windows

Administrators can now set different testing windows for English and Spanish assessment in mCLASS to better fit your school’s testing schedules. The procedure for setting the benchmark windows will not change, except that your administrator will be able to specify benchmark dates for both English language and Spanish language assessments.

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Extended testing outside of benchmark windows

Some districts have a need for extended testing outside of the benchmark window, typically to complete additional dyslexia screening requirements. To support this scenario, online measures, including the additional measures used in dyslexia screening, may be used once the testing window starts and are available to administer until the start of the next time of year window.

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