• What is MAP Growth?

    The Measures of Academic Progress or MAP tests are achievement measures in mathematics, reading that are delivered to students on the computer. Students view each question on the computer screen, then select an answer using the mouse or the keyboard. Unlike fixed-form paper and pencil tests with a set group of items, the MAP test adjusts to each student’s performance. If your child answers a question correctly, the next question is more challenging. If they answer incorrectly, the next question is easier. This type of assessment challenges top performers without overwhelming students whose skills are below grade level.




  • How often will my child take MAP Growth Tests?

  • MAP RIT Scores?

  • How do schools and teachers use MAP Growth Scores?

  • What types of questions are on the MAP Growth test?

  • Can I help my child prepare for the MAP Growth test?

  • Will I get a copy of my child's MAP Growth test results?