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New MAP Assessment Reports Make Education Data More Accessible

Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) is releasing a series of new reports for the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment.
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Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) is releasing a series of new reports for the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment. These new reports are designed to be visually intuitive and make it easier for educators to use MAP results to inform classroom instruction, enrich parent-teacher conversations, and make systemic resource decisions.

The interactive Student Profile report allows teachers to see how a student is growing academically and what the student needs to support continued growth. A snapshot of key data includes performance compared to national norms and projected proficiency on state summative tests. Instructional area modules provide teachers with insight for focused instruction for each individual student, making differentiated instruction easier. 

The MAP Insights Report highlights a school’s or district’s strengths and opportunities and helps educators answer key questions about student academic growth, college and career readiness, and the trajectory of future student growth and performance. 

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