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Watch this webinar to learn about enhancements to MAP® Growth™, MAP® Reading Fluency™, and MAP® Accelerator™, including new reporting tools, grade level expansion, and updated 2020 National Norms.
In this webinar, learn how two educators used the tools available in MAP® Growth™ to navigate teaching and learning in the wake of a hurricane and an Ebola virus outbreak in their respective school co
NWEA answers educators’ pressing questions about remote testing, from the student and proctor experience and best practices from virtual schools to ways to ensure data validity
In this July 2020 webinar, our researchers shared strategies for using MAP Growth to supercharge growth and mitigate the effects of interrupted learning.
Chris Minnich, Dr. John King Jr., Joel Rose, and Karen Niemi discuss how state education leaders can empower districts to use data and structure their strategic restart plans to meet the diverse needs
Researchers from NWEA® used their extensive data on summer learning loss to extrapolate student achievement scenarios in the wake COVID-19 closures. These insights can help educators plan for the fall
Early childhood literacy expert Dr. Lynne Kulich sits down with Stephanie Cardella, executive director for curriculum instruction and assessment at Distinctive Schools, to discuss how MAP Reading Flue
Ready to accelerate learning gains? This is bigger than assessment; it’s about every child having an equal opportunity to be successful.
Professional learning innovation manager Kathy Dyer shares seven key questions leaders should be asking from their fall assessment data.
Sal Khan, founder and CEO of Khan Academy™, and Joel Thomas, former teacher, administrator and NWEA® product expert show MAP® Accelerator™ in action.
Performance tasks aren’t just for assessment anymore. View this webinar to learn from NWEA research and content experts how to construct trajectory-based performance tasks to build deeper learning of
Understanding How MAP Growth Works—and Why It Matters
Learn more about the relationship between self-efficacy and the achievement gap for English language learners (ELLs).
Propelling low-income students into college and careers, presented by Dr. Andy Hegedus
Athena Hill, MTSS coordinator from White County, GA, shares her systemic approach to supporting effective interventions across an entire district.
An NWEA webinar (07/25/2019) by Dr. Andrew Hegedus, highlighting research on the relationships between poverty and school performance
Get a quick overview of MAP® Growth™ assessments, and more importantly, how educators around the world use MAP Growth to help students learn.