The Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) tests are local computer-based assessments for reading and math that were developed by Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA).
By automatically becoming more advanced after correct answers and less difficult after incorrect answers, the tests very accurately reflect the instructional level of each student. Given on a regular basis, these tests give teachers immediate feedback on students' strengths and areas for improvement, as well as their growth over time.
NWEA assessments are administered to students up to three times each school year. Data from these assessments is used both to enhance individualized instruction and to evaluate curriculum.
More Information about MAP Tests
MAP Practice Resources By RIT Band