Measure of Academic Progress (MAP)
The MAP assessment is designed to measure a student’s academic achievement and growth over time in reading and mathematics. Together with other classroom-based information, MAP results can help teachers make instructional decisions that match the needs of each child.
MAP is a computer adaptive assessment. In a computer adaptive assessment, as a student responds to questions, the test responds to the student, adjusting up or down the difficulty of the questions presented to the student. This creates a personalized assessment for every student.
All students in grades 1-5 will take the MAP three times a year (fall, winter and spring).
Fall AES testing dates are below:
Math: 10/1 9:30am
Reading: 10/4 9:30am
Math: 10/11 11:35am
Reading: 10/10 11:35am
Math: 10/22 9:20am
Reading: 10/4 1:05pm
Math: 10/9 9:20am
Reading: 10/17 10:00am
Math: 10/12 12:00pm
Reading: 10/18 10:45am