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NWEA MAP Testing

The MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) test is a testing system used to discover a child’s instructional level and give a year to year report on a child’s progress and growth. These tests are designed to be taken through a computer/iPad.

What?

  • Adaptive test unique to each child
  • Tests for Mathematics, Language, and Reading
  • Testing accommodations available
  • Tests a child’s overall knowledge
  • Unrestrained time limit

When?

  • Fall and Spring testing
  • Optional Winter testing to track progress

Who?

  • 5 year olds through Secondary II

Before the Test

  • Good night’s rest
  • Breakfast/snack
  • Low-stress environment
  • Tests have no negative impact on academics

After the Test

  • Personalized student progress charts
  • Predictions for student’s future growth
  • Target areas identified for improvement
  • Target areas identified of high achievement
  • Outcomes accepted world-wide
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