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Measures of Academic Progress (MAP)

Student Growth District Summary
Fall 2011 to Spring 2012

Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) is a computer adaptive assessment program that measures individual student growth from the beginning to the end of the school year. In 20112012 LPS students in grades K10 took both the reading and math assessment at the beginning and the end of the year. Many students were also designated to take a reading test in the middle of the year.  Educators use the formative growth and achievement data throughout the year to develop targeted instructional strategies and to plan school improvement.  MAP test results are reported immediately after completing each test and help educators make student focused, data-informed decisions. 

Reading

 

Fall 2011

Spring 2012   

 

Median RIT

 PR 

Median RIT

 PR 

Kindergarten

144

57

160

63

1st Grade

163

56

181

62

2nd Grade

185

73

197

70

3rd Grade

195

64

206

69

4th Grade

204

63

214

71

5th Grade

213

67

220

72

6th Grade

219

69

224

71

7th Grade

223

69

227

70

8th Grade

228

73

231

73

9th Grade

231

75

234

77

10th Grade

235

79

236

78

 Math

 

Fall 2011

Spring 2012  

 

Median RIT

PR  

Median RIT

PR 

Kindergarten

145

55

 162 

 67 

1st Grade

 166 

60

185

69

2nd Grade

186

71

198

72

3rd Grade

198

69

209

69

4th Grade

207

61

219

69

5th Grade

217

62

228

69

6th Grade

226

67

234

71

7th Grade

230

61

238

68

8th Grade

239

71

244

71

9th Grade

243

71

247

73

10th Grade

247

76

251

78

Grade Level Median RIT - The test score with an equal number of scores above and below; the middle score for the grade level. The RIT scale is an equal-interval scale much like centimeters on a ruler and is used to chart student academic growth from year to year.

Percentile Rank (PR) - Shows the percentage of students in the national sample with scores lower than the typical LPS student.

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