Religious Education Assessments

Information for Growth - tools to support effective catechesis for a lifetime of learning! NCEA has provided quality, reliable religious education assessment tools for more than three decades. The ACRE assessment (Student Religious Education) is an integrated approach to faith knowledge assessment, and the IFG (Adult Faith Formation) is a survey for knowing and living Catholic faith. These tools help NCEA fulfill teaching missions of the Catholic Church.

We are excited to announce that as of June 30, 2018, NCEA’s ACRE/IFG is being hosted on a new and improved platform built by My Catholic Faith Technologies. You may order assessment materials from My Catholic Faith Technologies for the next school year (2018-2019) by following the button link below. If you have any additional questions about religious education assessments, please email nceaacre-ifg@ncea.org.

Order IFG: ACRE Materials or Adult Online Survey for 2018-2019

 

Religious Education Assessments on the CD2 Learning Platform

Same as Before

  • Printed question books and assessments are available to order
  • There will be a form to fill out for materials
  • Materials will be shipped with instructions and be consistent as past materials
  • Assessment results can be emailed as a PDF

New Additions

  • There will be only one form to order IFG ACRE or IFG Adult Survey to avoid any confusion
  • The online assessments only require a browser and internet connection
  • Online assessment grades can be available as soon as finished (once criteria is met for completion results as a group)
  • Online Adult Surveys and individual Student ACRE results will be available as soon as the assessment is submitted
  • The printed forms will require much less information to be filled out
  • Assessment results available online as well in PDF, Excel, or Print format
  • Online reports are customizable, sortable, and results can be filtered
  • Offline assessments can be uploaded, emailed, as well as traditionally mailed back which can save on cost and time
  • Using online reporting, dioceses, parishes, and schools can not only view reports but also compare them to past years
  • There will be more flexibility to update questions in both formats