MAP Reading and Math
Approximately 1 hour
Student Progress Reports will be available for parents after each test.
Results will also be posted on parent portal
A Parent’s Guide to MAP
Sample Test Questions
Frequently Asked Questions, Terminology and Tips for Parents
Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) are state-aligned computerized adaptive 2 – 9 interim assessments that measure growth, and accurately inform how educators differentiate instruction, evaluate programs, and structure curriculum. MAP assessments reveal precisely which academic skills and concepts the student has acquired and what they’re ready to learn.
Who Uses Data
- Classroom Teachers
- Instructional Coaches
- Special Education Teachers
- EL Teachers
- Title I Teachers
- Deans and Assistant Principals
- Teaching and Learning Staff
Current Use of Data
- Identify the skills and concepts individual students have learned.
- Identify instructional level of students for personalized learning.
- Monitor academic growth over time.
- Make data-driven decisions at the classroom, school, and district levels.
- Place new students in appropriate instructional programs.
- More informed grouping of students for differentiated instruction on basis of strengths and needs.
- Identification of instructional priorities based on sub strand performance, strengths and areas needing improvement in reading and mathematics.
- Inform program decisions.
- Compare performance from year to year in reading and mathematics.
- Measure impact of various building action strategies.
- Reporting tool to use with parents.