The Northwest Evaluation Association
’s (NWEA) Measure of Academic Progress
(MAP) is a state-aligned computer adaptive test measuring student achievement and growth. Tailored reports give educators information to guide decisions.
The MAP test is given to District 75 students in second through eighth grades. Students in first grade who perform highly may also take the MAP in reading.
MAP is given in the fall, winter, and spring.
- In the fall, students take the language arts, reading, and math assessments.
- In the winter, students are assessed in reading and math.
- In the spring, all students take the reading and math assessments. Additionally, English Language Learner (ELL) students take the language arts assessment.