High-Performing Nebraska District Uses MAP Skills to Close Gaps

At Millard Public Schools, whose high schools were rated among “the most challenging in the U.S.” by the Washington Post, an assessment evaluation team was formed to find the best tools to “streamline assessments, eliminate duplication, identify better tools for monitoring growth and increase focus on classroom instruction and differentiation.” After extensive vetting, they chose MAP Growth and MAP Skills. How did they get started using MAP Skills to help identify and fill in skill gaps in between benchmark assessments? Find out in our case study.

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