When you’re armed with Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) interim assessment data, you’re better prepared to meet your students when and where they need you most.
You can use our comparative data for MAP Mathematics, Reading, Language Usage, and General Science to help you make more strategic instructional and programmatic decisions. From identifying students for various instructional strategies to making more informed staffing and resource choices, see how our comparative data aid you in supporting both students and educators.
NOTE: Are you transitioning to our 2015 comparative data? For additional context around student performance, you can opt to reference our 2011 Measures of Academic Progress Comparative Data to Inform Instructional Decisions.