This resource provides information about MAP Growth Science’s multidimensional items and their alignment to the Next Generation Science Standards for grades 9–12.
Sample test items are included.
Learn how educators can avoid thinking of assessments as frustrating events, irrelevant tasks, or disempowering hoops to jump through and create learning experiences around assessment that empower students and foster growth.
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This fact sheet shows how NWEA partners with more than 1,900 schools in 84 Catholic dioceses to provide best-in-class assessment solutions for nearly 400,000 students.
Purpose-built measures and tools from NWEA® provide stable, trustworthy sources of data educators need to make informed decisions. From addressing unfinished learning to working towards proficiency and achievement goals, the MAP® Suite offers the right tools to help educators in summer programs target instruction and improve outcomes for all kids.
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The Elgin Children’s Foundation supports schools in Kentucky, Virginia, and Tennessee. See how the organization partnered with NWEA to empower principals and provide the tools and support to help them make meaningful learning growth in their school communities.
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Academic Growth for English Learners: Lessons from school-year learning gains and summer learning loss – Implications for COVID-19 recovery and beyond
How can we support academic growth for English learners (ELs) who may have experienced disproportionate academic impacts from COVID-19? Recent NWEA research may help inform how federal ESSER funding can provide early intervention and extended school year support in the summer and after-school that can create sustainable change and further growth for ELs.
Academic growth for students with disabilities: Lessons from school-year learning gains and summer learning loss—Implications for COVID-19 recovery and beyond
How can we support academic growth for students with disabilities (SWD) who may have experienced disproportionate academic impacts from COVID-19? Recent NWEA research may help inform how federal ESSER and IDEA funding can provide early intervention, extended school year support in the summer, and other evidence-based supports that can create sustainable change and further growth for SWD.