NAME: MASSACHUSETTS COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM
What does MCAS stand for?
MCAS stands for Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System
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We have 84 other meanings of MCAS in our Acronym Attic
- Marine Carrier Qualifications
- Malaspina College Amateur Radio Society (Vancouver Island University; British Columbia, Canada)
- Marion County Amateur Radio Society (Indianapolis, IN)
- Marshall County Alabama Repeater System (amateur radio)
- Marshall County Auxiliary Radio Service (Alabama)
- Mc-130h Air Refueling System
- Model Combat Air Refueling System
- Monmouth County ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Service), RACES (Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service), Skywarn (amateur radio; New Jersey)
- Marine Corps Air Station
- Massachusetts Child Abuse System (standardized testing)
- Matrícula Consular de Alta Seguridad (Spansh: High Security Consular Registration)
- Mediterranean Center for Arts and Sciences
- Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
- Michigan City Area Schools (Michigan City, Indiana)
- Micro Communications and Avionics System
- Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (Microsoft)
- Midair Collision Avoidance System
- Mission Capability Assessment System
- Mississippi Coast Audubon Society
- Mobile Servicing System (MSS) Common Attach System
Samples in periodicals archive:
The interim Acuity math assessments will be administered to approximately 1,500 students four times per year, prior to the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) summative assessment in May.
The payoff: hardly any students fail the 10 th grade Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS).
And yet his answer is no simpler than the basic message behind the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS), a state-mandated exam that starting this school year all 10th graders in public schools must pass before they can graduate in 2003: Study hard, pass the test, earn a high school degree.
According to a 2002 Massachusetts study,a students who attend schools with library programs had higher Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) scores than those who did not.
Harrington told the group of around 90 people that more matters in high schools than Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System test scores.
But the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System test blocked her goal.
Dramatic effect Regarding Andrew Rotherham's "A New Partnership" (Forum, Spring 2002): the bold print over Figure 1 reinforces the visual message that the scores of Massachusetts 10th graders" changed dramatically" once that state's test, the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS), acquired "high stakes.