NWEA MAP

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MAP is short for Measures of Academic Progress, a computer-based assessment put together by the not-for-profit organization Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA). MAP is aligned to the more rigorous Common Core State Standards (CCSS) adopted by the State of Illinois, and the results help us measure the academic growth of our students, as well as help identify areas where we can provide additional supports for individuals.

In Cook County School District 130, we give the MAP test three times during the year. An individual student will only take two MAP tests during each testing window – one for Reading and one for Mathematics. These two tests will occur on two separate days. Principals and teachers determine the exact dates individual students take these assessments, and they can share that information at the beginning of each testing window.

The MAP test is an adaptive assessment, meaning it is individualized to each student. If a student answers questions correctly, the
test becomes more difficult. If a student answers incorrectly, the questions become easier. The test adjusts to the current
achievement level of the individual, allowing a fair opportunity to show what a student can or cannot do. There is no time limit, but
the average student finishes each assessment in forty minutes or less.

For more information on NWEA MAP, please review the resources provided on this page.

NWEA MAP for Families (English)    NWEA MAP for Families (Spanish)

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District 130 MAP Data

District-and school-level MAP data is available on our Student Achievement page

MAP Resources

In order to ensure that we maximize growth, our students need support from their parents and guardians. Please talk to your child's teacher or school administrators for information about your child's individual progress in mathematics and reading. In addition, please see the resources below for further information on how NWEA™ MAP® data is used in District 130.

District Communication

Beginning of Year Testing Letter (sent home 8/19/16)

District Guides and Resources

MAP® Frequently Asked Questions / MAP® Preguntas Frecuentes

MAP® Overview / Resumen de MAP®

MAP® Resources and Tips / MAP® Recursos y Consejos

Data Visuals / Explicación Visual del Lenguaje de Información y Datos 

Websites

https://www.nwea.org

Questions/Concerns?

For questions regarding individual students, please contact your school principal. For questions regarding MAP testing, please contact:

Graig Mason
Director for Assessment and Data
gmason@district130.org

 

 
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