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The American International School of Monrovia is well-prepared to reopen after coronavirus ceases to be a threat. Why? It was closed for six months when Ebola reached Liberia in 2014.
Read how a high-performing Virginia district prioritized growth over achievement to address equity gaps.
See how MAP® Reading Fluency™ helps schools improve literacy in historically marginalized communities so kids can get—and stay—on track for high school and beyond.
Hear how a small Pennsylvania district uses MAP Growth to save teachers time and track individual student progress—throughout the year and across grades, too.
In a small, rural district with 57% ever English learners, MAP® Growth™ has reshaped teaching and learning. See how.
Find out how the Archdiocese of New York took the mystery out of state scores—and started an encouraging trend—after implementing MAP Growth.
Read how a New York school district used MAP Suite assessments to build literacy and drive student growth across all subjects.
Read how one Illinois district combined focused learning walks with the power of MAP Growth to elevate learning for all students.
Read how educators in Oconee County use MAP Suite data to differentiate and deliver targeted instruction where their students need it most.
See how the Georgia Leadership Preparatory Academy used MAP Growth data to connect with students and families to provide better support and improve instruction.
Educators at North Mason wanted a cohesive assessment plan for their district. With help from NWEA, they aligned assessments to appropriate purposes and began focusing on student growth.
Selecting MAP Growth enabled Norwalk leaders to reduce the number of assessments they needed--by 24 tests. Find out why MAP Growth is a critical part of their assessment system.
Read how professional development and data coaching are helping Somerdale Park educators use MAP Growth data to its fullest potential.
After selecting MAP Growth, administrators at Bay District Schools in Florida helped struggling students experience phenomenal growth. Read how they informed instruction with their test data.
When Rensselaer Central Schools switched to MAP Growth, they wanted to ensure it was strongly aligned to Indiana state standards. So, they created their own linking study; see what they found.
Read how the fourth largest school district in Kansas began using MAP Growth to help inform student learning and professional learning in grades K-2.
The phenomenal growth in Southwest Local School District is unique – it started by using MAP Growth in high school. Read how they applied what they learned to promote growth at all grade levels.
It’s a challenge to create individual instruction for more than 30,000 students. Learn how Poway Unified got a full picture of each student’s learning.
Discover how these two schools use MAP Growth data through Step Up For Students, a tax-credit scholarship program serving low-income students, to achieve results for student participants.
This Kansas middle School is using MAP Skills to ensure every student is getting instruction where they need it most. And it's already proving to have a huge impact -- read how.