The World Languages assessment is administered in late spring to middle and high schools students enrolled in Level II and Level IV foreign language courses. The ACTFL Assessment of Performance Toward Proficiency in Languages (AAPPL) is a web-based performance assessment of standards-based language learning as defined by the World-Readiness Standards for Learning Languages and DoDEA’s adopted World Language standards. The AAPPL provides evidence of a language learner’s proficiency level. The goal of the AAPPL is to provide actionable information to the learner, the teacher, and other stakeholders regarding language performance.
DoDEA world language assessments are system-wide tests. Please use the link to access the DoDEA Assessment Matrix.
DoDEA HQ determines the testing windows for STAMP 4S administration throughout the system. Each school then determines the actual date(s) that the assessment will be taken at the school. Click here to view the testing windows for the current school year.