Risen Savior students participate in the Measures of Academic Progress Growth (MAP) tests at the beginning, middle, and end of the school year. MAP Growth is a computer adaptive test...which means every student gets a unique set of test questions based on responses to previous questions. The purpose of MAP growth is to determine what the student knows and is ready to learn next.
Unlike standardized tests...MAP Growth is administered periodically during the school year (instead of just the end of the year), and it adjusts to each student's performance rather than asking all students the same questions (it is uniquely tailored to each individual student). MAP growth is designed to measure student achievement in the moment and growth over time...regardless of grade level. RSCA uses MAP Growth tests in the areas of reading (K-8), mathematics (K-8), language usage (2-8), and science (3-8).
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