MAP stands for
"Measures of Academic Progress."
It is a three part test covering Reading, Language Usage, and Math. Using a computer, you will take MAP in the fall, winter, and again in the spring. When you take a MAP test, you get a score called a RIT.
WHAT DOES MAP DO?
This is a growth chart. It shows how you've grown from one year to the next. MAP scores can become your growth chart
showing how much you have grown in
Reading, Language, and Math skills.
MAP tests change for each student as
they are taking the test.
Understanding each student’s academic level gives teachers the power to help them excel. MAP computerized adaptive assessments are the tools that make it possible – providing educators with the detailed information they need to build curriculum and meet their students’ needs, one child at a time.