ASD Accountability: Measures of Academic Progress
The ASD uses the adaptive NWEA MAP assessment to define baseline student performance, set individualized growth targets, and to track student learning over the year relative to national norms. See NWEA's website for information about the MAP assessment and related instructional resources; see the links below for further information about how the ASD Office of Portfolio Management looks at our schools' MAP data.
ASD and MAP
For each student, the ASD calculates a personalized Spring MAP growth target based on his or her grade, tested subject, and Fall MAP RIT score/percentile. Click here to learn more about setting student-level MAP targets and their relevance to the ASD SPF.
School growth percentile describes a school’s national percentile rank in terms of its Fall to Spring growth for a given grade and subject. The ASD aims for all schools to grow at the 70th SGP. Click here to learn more.
MAP Instructional Tools
Use your students' MAP Reading lexile scores and the link above to find grade-level texts for students.
Click here to access Math instructional tools and activities filtered by a students' MAP Math RIT band.
Click here to access Reading instructional tools and activities filtered by a students' MAP Reading RIT band.
MAP Norms Data
Click here to access NWEA's norms study resources for the MAP assessment.
End of year ASD MAP results will be posted here.