MAP Resources for Parents
Why MAP Growth?
MAP GROWTH (previously called MAP) allows schools to differentiate and adjust instruction for individual students, groups of students, or entire classes based on results of the assessment. The results can be used by students, parents, teachers, grade levels, subject areas, schools, and the school district for a variety of purposes. Students take the MAP GROWTH assessment three times per year, which provides a timely measure of growth, in addition to proficiency.
- Proficiency = Do you know the content? Do you know what we expect students in your grade level to know?
- Growth = Are you learning? Did your knowledge increase an appropriate amount since the last test?
College and Career Readiness RIT Score Cut Points