The Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) are computer-adaptive assessment tests produced by the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA). The tests are designed for different grade levels and assess reading, language usage, and math, The test is untimed, but usually takes about an hour to complete. At GPIS MAP is scheduled twice a year once in the fall and the second in the spring.
MAP results are used to measure a student's progress or growth in school. The testing information is important to teachers because it indicates a student's strengths and the help that is needed in any specific area. Teachers work on targeted skills throughout the school year after each MAP Test.
Teachers use Map test results to align GPIS curriculum pacing guides.Teachers address many of the skills on the MAP within the normal curriculum throughout the school year
MAP scores for both testing periods are sent home with your child’s report card.
Please use the following links for insights concerning your child’s scores and valuable information about the MAP test.
PSAT Test Date is scheduled to be given to grades 9 and 10 students in February 2023
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