MS-CPAS2



Mississippi Career Planning and Assessment System, Edition 2

The MS-CPAS2, or the Mississippi Career Planning and Assessment System, Edition 2, is the test given to secondary and postsecondary CTE students, and the results are used to measure technical-skill attainment, which is one of the core indicators of performance required for Perkins IV reporting.

 

MS-CPAS2 Testing Resources

The CTE Testing Manual contains step-by-step directions for participating in the CTE testing process. Use it as your guide for planning and administering CTE tests.

This document contains the CTE testing dates for 2016-2017. Please mark your calendar with the dates that apply to your center.

The MS-CPAS2 Interpretive Guide is a reference document to be used for interpreting score reports.

The MS-CPAS2 login is the site where a CTE student can log in to take an MS-CPAS2 or PBA.

This manual contains supplementary materials that may be used on specific MS-CPAS2 tests.

This guide contains instructions for using MS-CPAS2 online practice tests.

This is the archive from the spring 2016 Postsecondary Test Coordinator Training webinar held on March 9, 2016.

This is the archive from the fall 2016 secondary Test Coordinator Training webinar held on November 3, 2016.

This is the archive from the fall 2016 postsecondary Test Coordinator Training webinar held on November 3, 2016.

This document contains the column options that can be used for the SEC rosters.

Use this spreadsheet to record and submit postsecondary student data for MS-CPAS2 testing.

Use this spreadsheet to record and submit secondary student data for MS-CPAS2 testing.

This document contains information about exporting student data from iNow.

This document contains information about exporting student data from JPAMS.

This file contains information about exporting student data from PowerSchool.

This document contains information about exporting student data from Rediker.

This document contains the query used to export student data from SAM.

MS-CPAS2 Frequently Asked Questions

 

Contact

Sean Owen, PhD
Associate Research Professor
662.325.2510
sean.owen@rcu.msstate.edu