Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) are state-aligned computerized adaptive tests that accurately reflect the instructional level of each student and measure growth over time.
NWEA believes in an assessment that:
- Gives a child the chance for success.
- Students find engaging.
- Respects classroom time.
- Provides useful information.
MAP tests provide highly accurate results that can be used to:
- Identify the skills and concepts individual students have learned.
- Diagnose instructional needs.
- Monitor academic growth over time.
- Make data-driven decisions at the classroom, school, and district levels.
- Place new students into appropriate instructional programs.
The assessment itself is unique in that it adapts to the student’s ability, accurately measuring what a child knows and needs to learn. In addition, MAP tests measure academic growth over time, independent of grade level or age. Most importantly, the results
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MAP Assessments: Scales and Norms