Assessments: Imagine one seamless K-12 assessment, administered multiple times each year that identifies instructional levels and details skills and concepts which students are ready to learn and upon which teachers will focus. Think about this as a student positioning system, much like your GPS, designed to determine a student’s current instructional location, then creating a roadmap of skills and concepts necessary to meet growth and complete their yearly journey.

Created by educators for educators, MAP (Measures of Academic Progress ┬«) and MAP for Primary Grades┬« dynamically adapts to each student to capture details about what they know and what they’re ready to learn.

MAP assessments are done in the beginning, middle and end of the year. Teachers share results with parents as well as conference with students. Students are aware of their score and set goals along with the teacher to achieve and improve.