Whether you’re an educator or family member, learn more about assessment—including the MAP® Suite—and the data it provides to ensure all students have a clear path for growth. Resources for every experience level help you stay informed throughout the year.
In my book The Equity Expression: Six Entry Points for Nonnegotiable Academic Success, I address topics that are often missing from the equity conversation, such as teacher efficacy and academic …
Author: Fenesha Hubbard, NWEA
The latest research into how kids are doing following COVID-19 school closures shows that achievement is still lagging, when compared to pre-pandemic data. Having so many students in need of extra …
Author: Brooke Mabry
I first became interested in assessment because I believed in what it could do. I believed it could help educators, administrators, and policymakers better design and target instruction, which can …
Author: Scott Peters, NWEA
With the last vestiges of summer now shaken off, you’re probably starting to form the first real idea of who the students in your classroom are as people: what frustrates them, what makes them …
Author: Chase Nordengren, NWEA
I often facilitate MAP® Growth™ professional learning workshops for high school teachers and administrators, and one of the most frequent complaints I hear is the lack of effort students put forth …
Author: Jen Allen, NWEA
A multilingual education has countless benefits. According to the Office of English Language Acquisition, it may help improve cognitive flexibility, lead to more academic and professional …
Author: Teresa Krastel, NWEA
When I was in the classroom, I felt skilled using data. My students set daily personal goals, we had learning targets based on our data, and students had assessment goals. I often taught whole-group …
Author: Cara Holt
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Students continue to rebound from pandemic school closures. NWEA® and Learning Heroes experts talk about how best to support them here on our blog, Teach. Learn. Grow.
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The science of reading is not a buzzword. It’s the converging evidence of what matters and what works in literacy instruction. We can help you make it part of your practice.
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High-quality professional learning can help teachers feel invested—and supported—in their work.
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