The ELPAC is a required state test that assesses the English language proficiency of students whose primary language is not English. This is most often determined through the home language survey completed by new enrollments. ELPAC is made up of two different tests:
1. The Initial ELPAC is given to students who are new to school in California and whose home language survey indicates a language other than English.
2. The Summative ELPAC is taken each Spring to monitor the ELL's progress until they are reclassified as English proficient.
The ELPAC tests the following four areas:
The ELPAC helps educators and staff effectively support your child or children at home and at school. For more information, click on the files below: