Students in grades 3-5 will be assessed using the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) in reading and math three times per year: fall, winter, and spring. MAP is a growth model assessment. It is used to measure an individual student's progress over time. Teachers use that information to identify areas of strength and need for the grade level, their class, and individual students. Teachers work collaboratively to design instruction to meet those needs. You can learn more about MAP and the Northwest Education Association (NWEA) by visiting the MAP FAQ section of this website.
Last Modified on August 22, 2011