What is MAP?
MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) is a computerized adaptive assessment that provides detailed, actionable data about where each child is on their unique learning path.
MAP was created by NWEA (Northwest Evaluation Association), a non-profit organization. Their goal is the development of a formative testing system that responds dynamically to the child, and gives educators detailed insight into each student's learning.
NWEA Reports Website
Teachers and principals can access the scores for their students by CLICKING HERE to go to the NWEA Reports website (user name and password required)
Interpreting RIT Scores
Quick Reference Sheet - Includes RIT to CST Correlation and Mean RIT scores by grade/subject
California Linking Study - Coorelates RIT Scores to CST Levels
Sample MAP Test Items by RIT Range:
-- Math Items