Measuring Academic Progress (MAP) Testing
The MAP assessments (https://www.nwea.org/) are computer-based, adaptive assessment tools that measure growth in learning for reading, language, student answers questions correctly the test gets harder and conversely, as the student answers a question incorrectly the test gets easier. Therefore, each student takes a test specifically targeted at his or her learning level. When data is disaggregated by individual student, class and grade level, teachers are then able to pinpoint a student's instructional level and how to best support them.
The MAP tests are administered two times a year and parents will receive the results at the end of each testing session. These results enable parents and teachers to empirically track and measure student growth and achievement throughout the academic year.
CLICK HERE for the Parent Guide to reading the MAP progress report for your child.