Designed with student growth in mind
Built on a stable scale, MAP Growth provides trustworthy insights from season to season and year over year. Educators have the consistent information they need to support every student, whether they’re working on, above, or below grade level.Download Fact Sheet
Interim assessment for growth
- Grade levels
- Grade-level independence
Measures performance of every student, whether on, above, or below grade level—even if standards change
- MAP Growth for Science
Support STEM efforts with MAP Growth for Science, an interim assessment for grades 3-12. This one science assessment covers three key domains: life sciences, earth and space sciences, and physical sciences. Use the precise, real-time results to personalize instruction throughout the year for every student.
- Common Core MAP Growth
Common Core MAP Growth data provides you with a clear picture of K–12 student growth term-to-term and year-over-year. Get insights into every student’s learning needs, while gaining valuable information about student progress with a common core assessment that measures real growth—even if you experience proficiency drops on your summative assessment.
- Course-specific Math
Wondering if your students are growing in Algebra? Use these assessments up to 3x per year to measure student knowledge and growth within specific courses. Every license of MAP Growth includes tests for Algebra 1 and 2, Integrated Math 1, 2 and 3, and Geometry. By including pre-requisite content and adapting to each student’s learning level, these course-specific tests offer a personalized assessment experience that provides immediate insights.
- Test time
Untimed. Approximately 45 minutes per subject
- Standards alignment
Next Generation Science Standards
Screen reader (JAWS) compatible
Color contrast adjustment
Test & item aids
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
ARIA & WCAG compliant
Innovations to bring goals within reach
Help your students soar
Putting assessment into action means using MAP Growth data to pinpoint the instructional areas your students are ready to tackle – whether they’re on, above or below grade level.
MAP Growth reports
Teachers use them to differentiate instruction and pinpoint individual student needs. Higher-level reports give administrators the context to drive improvement across entire schools and systems.