MAP reporting and data

MAP reports give you a window into every student’s achievement and growth

Armed with Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) interim assessment data and our comprehensive reporting suite, you’re prepared to meet your students when and where they need you most.

It’s the perfect marriage. NWEA gives you the what and where, it tells you exactly where your students are functioning. You have to develop the how: How are you going to address your data concerns? How are you going to meet your overall school goals? How are you going to focus on your student achievement?

Jonathan Strong, Reading Coach and RTI Counselor
Confluence Academy, Missouri

Quick Facts

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Growth data at-a-glance:

How timely, efficient, and usable information benefits everyone

 

Empowering Educators

How do educators use MAP reports and data?

Video Overview

Explore how the comprehensive reporting suite in MAP allows you to see comparisons, growth, and proficiency from term-to-term and year-to-year.

Customized Reports

Custom reports to simplify growth analysis

Virtual Comparison Groups

NWEA offers educators who use MAP the opportunity to order customized norms-based reports. These reports are typically requested by district and school leaders who require easy-to-access comparative data they can use in a variety of ways. The reports can support school improvement work; inform decisions about program planning, professional development, and curriculum; and help communicate performance to a wide range of audiences.

Standard Comparison Groups (SCGs) reporting is created with your selected student growth data, and provides a view of your student growth by school, achievement level, grade, ethnicity, or gender as compared to national student achievement and growth norms.

Virtual Comparison Groups (VCGs) reporting takes you beyond comparisons to national norms to show you how your students are growing compared to similar students educated in similar schools across the country—providing you with a real apples-to-apples comparison.


Next steps: Accelerate student learning with MAP