Featured Reports for Measures of Academic Progress (MAP and MAP for Primary Grades)

Our reports provide data that deliver what you need to inform instruction, engage students, track trends, and evaluate programs, and more.

Report Title Primary Audience Purpose
Student Profile Teachers (Secondary Audience: Parents and Students) Use to make data easy to understand; snapshot of performance compared to national norms and projected proficiency on state summative tests; instructional areas module where educators need to focus instruction for the student; use to set and track growth goals over the school term.
Student Progress Report Teachers (Secondary Audience: Parents and Students) Student Progress Report Teachers (Secondary Audience: Parents and Students) Use to engage students and parents in learning via explaining areas of strength and concern; use to communicate about a student’s term-to-term growth; use to compare a student’s RIT scores to the district’s mean score.
Class Report Teachers Use to quickly assess student performance by class; use to compare classroom performance to national norms; use to determine breadth of instructional needs across a class.
Class Report by RIT Teachers Use to see a breakdown of student performance by subject in a class; use to differentiate instruction.
Class Breakdown by Goal Teachers Use to differentiate instruction; use to create skill-based workgroups. Links to learning statements in our interactive MAP Learning Continuum.
Achievement Status and Growth Summary Teachers Use to determine who needs intervention or enrichment; use to inform growth goals with students and compare actual growth to goals; use to monitor student growth by class.
Learning Continuum Teachers Access learning statements via our interactive MAP Learning Continuum. Use to see what students are ready to learn; use to quickly differentiate instruction; use to create skill-based workgroups.
Student Goal Setting Worksheet Teachers (Secondary Audience: Parents and Students) Use to engage students in learning via explaining areas of strength and concern; use to set context regarding comparison with other students (district and nationwide); use to create student action plan.
Class Breakdown by Projected Proficiency Teachers Use to identify students for interventions; use to predict proficiency on state standards; use to predict college readiness as measured against ACT® benchmarks for students grade 5+
Student Report : Skills Checklist Teachers Use to monitor skill-specific performance and progress for primary grades students.
District Summary by School or District Educational leaders Use to identify performance trends over time and help evaluate programs; use to compare performance across schools and grade levels.
Student Growth Summary by School or District Educational leaders Use to compare average growth by grade level to national norms.
Projected Proficiency Summary by District or Grade Educational leaders Use to determine interventions; use to predict proficiency on state standards or; use to predict college readiness as measured against ACT® benchmarks  for students grade 5+.