MAP Testing


End-of-the-year MAP testing is currently in progress for all iLEAD learners. Whether your family has finished the assessments or is just getting started, it’s always important to know the WHY behind what you’re doing.

The MAP test is one way of providing good feedback on your child’s academic strengths as well as areas needing support. Each learner participates in the “Growth” version of the test, which simply means that it is an adaptive, more comprehensive assessment. You will notice there is a broader range of questions (anywhere from 40 to 52). Adaptive also means that, depending on how your child answers each question, the skills and concepts adjust across multiple grade levels to calculate better results.

Once the test is complete, your EF will share the MAP reports with you. The reports will include scores for every year your learner has taken the tests, providing continuous tracking and standardized results from each year. This is beneficial for targeting your instruction and planning support for the needs of your individual learner.

In addition, MAP demonstrates to the state and our authorizer that our learners are making progress.



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