Kite Suite is a suite of software used to administer tests for the Kansas Assessment Program. Kite’s two core features are Kite Student Portal and Kite Educator Portal.
Kite Student Portal is a specially designed web browser that students use to take KAP tests. Educator Portal is a browser-based, administrative interface used to manage these tests.
Tests delivered through Kite come with a variety of features designed to ensure a smooth testing experience for all students. These include:
- Easy-to-use navigation
- Built-in tools and accommodations
- Technology-enhanced and technology-enabled item types, which provide more realistic ways of assessing student skills
Kite Student Portal
Kite Student Portal is a software program that must be installed on the computer or tablet used for testing. The minimum screen resolution required to run Kite is 1024x768. The list below will be updated as new versions become available.
|Download for Windows (EXE | MSI)||Installation instructions|
|Windows 7, 8.1, and 10 supported|
|Download for Mac||Installation instructions|
|macOS 10.13 – 10.14 supported|
|Download for Chromebook||Installation instructions|
|ChromeOS running chrome browser 72+|
|Download for iPad||Installation instructions|
|iOS 11– 12 supported|
For the 2020-21 school year, the following Operating Systems will no longer be supported:
- Windows 7
Kite Educator Portal
Teachers and other education officials may access Educator Portal through a web browser on any internet-connected device.
If you need an account for Educator Portal, contact your local test coordinator or state education agency.
The following browsers are supported for the 2019-20 school year:
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer