MAP delivers data when it matters most: when there’s still time to make a difference in student progress

Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) creates a personalized assessment experience by adapting to each student’s learning level—precisely measuring student progress and growth for each individual. You’ll have essential information about what each student knows and is ready to learn within 24 hours.

NWEA tests help create a personal learning journey for students

Every day, teachers assess (test) their students’ knowledge in a number of ways: questions, projects, homework, quizzes, and more. When student gets something wrong, the teacher works to help the student understand the lesson. And when student gets something right, the teacher moves on to the next learning goal.

Because educators founded NWEA, we know that teachers who understand each child’s learning successes and struggles can help every student learn better—and faster.

That’s why our assessments react to each student’s answers. In the testing world, this makes our tests “adaptive,” or personalized to measure the needs of every student.

  • If your child answers a question correctly, the test follows up with a more challenging question.
  • If your child answers incorrectly, the test follows up with an easier question

While results from end-of-year summative assessments arrive in the summer, NWEA computer adaptive tests provide immediate results. This lets teachers use the information from MAP, throughout the school year to help create a unique learning plan for your child.

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