What is the MAP Test?
The short answer is that MAP (Measure of Academic Progress) is a online assessment we use twice each year to measure student progress. The students take the assessment in the fall and again in the winter.
Students receive a score that shows how they compare to students across the nation.
There are two parts to the assessment:
For more details, please view the PARENT GUIDE to MAP testing.
If you are looking for a more in-depth explanation and resources, visit the LINK to NWEA assessments: Resources for Parents.
For strategies to help your child improve their Math MAP score, please use the LINK to the document:
Khan Academy Practice Exercises Correlated to RIT
for Common Core Math MAP Grades 6+
In order to get the most out of this resource, you will need to ask your child's math teacher to provide you with a copy of your child's Math MAP "Student Goal Setting Worksheet".