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New Jersey Student Learning Assessment

What are the New Jersey Student Learning Assessments?

The New Jersey Student Learning Assessments (NJSLA) are computer-based assessments used to measure the knowledge, concepts, and skills identified for each grade level (3-12) as per the New Jersey Student Learning Standards for English language Arts/Literacy, Mathematics, and Science.

When will Franklin Lakes Public Schools be administering the NJSLA for ELA, Math, & Science?
Grades 6-8:
The NJSLA testing window set by the NJDOE is April 25- June 3, 2022.  


Grades 3-5:
The NJSLA testing window set by the NJDOE is April 25- June 3, 2022.  


Please note: To ensure test security, only school-authorized devices will be permitted in any testing room before, during, and after testing.  As such, we request the cooperation of all students, parents/ guardians to ensure that school and standardized testing policies are carefully followed with respect to restricted devices, i.e., cell phones, tablets, smart watches, etc.



Where can I find more NJSLA Information for Parents?

Please visit our NJSLA Frequently Asked Questions here.


Is the NJSLA required for High School Graduation?

You may be aware that NJ high school students must satisfy state testing requirements. Passing scores on the NJSLA are part of the “First Pathway” to meet High School Graduation Requirements for the Classes of 2022 - 2025As such, FAMS students taking high school level courses (Algebra I or Geometry) should take the NJSLA assessments in order to keep options open for students to satisfy future high school graduation assessment requirements.



*IMPORTANT: Please click here for important information from the Ramapo-Indian Hills Regional High School District regarding NJSLA/ PARCC testing and NJ High School Graduation Requirements.


Updated April 2022

State Standardized Testing Presentations