Local students stick to their testing goals to stick the Principal to the wall
RANDOLPH — Earlier this semester the students in grades 3-11 at Randolph Public Schools set goals for improvement on MAP scores. MAP test are taken by students in the fall and spring. MAP Growth testing measures what students know and informs what they are ready to learn next. The test are used to measure the student’s growth from fall to spring. The reports that are generated by these tests are used to help teachers teach, students learn, and administrators lead.
MAP Growth reveals how much growth has occurred between testing events. The NWEA testing company uses anonymous assessment data from over 10.2 million students to create national norms. The MAP Growth test are also computer adaptive assessments - meant the MAP Growth test begin with a question appropriate for the student’s grade level, then dynamically adapt throughout the test in response to student performance. This progressive refinement allows MAP Growth to challenge top performers without overwhelming students whose skill are below grade level.
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