Discover how the Navigate Item Bank can improve your formative assessment program.

To help educators assess students’ understanding of concepts and track standards mastery, Certica provides the Navigate Item Bank designed to guide instruction.

Navigate Overview

Items written and aligned specifically for Texas school districts

Navigate items have been written and/or aligned to Texas-specific Learning Standards, including:

  • Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for Math, ELA, Science, Social Studies and Economics
  • TEKS standards assessed on the Texas STAAR assessments

Innovative items, extensive learning metadata and the most up-to-date standard alignments, curated by Certica’s team of subject-matter experts for Texas school districts.


Total Items for Texas


Math K-12


English Language Arts K-12


Science 3-12


Social Studies 6-12


Spanish-Translated Items


Constructed Response Items



Subject/Grade Level

Item Type

Estimated Difficulty Level

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Webb’s Depth of Knowledge

Distractor Rationales

Lexile® Measure

Flesch-Kincaid Level

*The number of items available may vary by provider.

To support the unique needs of English language learners, Navigate includes a significant collection of Spanish-translated items and reading passages.

  • Items allow educators to assess understanding of concepts without testing students’ English ability
  • English equivalents provided to allow for parallel test forms
  • Transadaptation (translation and adaption) is used when necessary to retain the integrity of the item content in the translation, and to ensure that the Spanish content is valid and reflects the principles of solid item construction
  • Schools may translate additional Navigate items and passages into Spanish

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