Office of Shared Accountability Reports

Predicting Success on the Maryland School Assessment in Reading with Measures of Academic Progress in Reading


In 2004–2005, the Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) began to administer the Measures of Academic Progress—Reading (MAP–R), a computer adaptive achievement test developed by NWEA to students in Grades 3–5. MAP–R results are reported as scale scores. MCPS students take MAP–R three times a year—fall, winter, and spring. Testing was expanded to include students in Grades 6–8 during the 2005–2006 winter administration.

File Name: MAP-R prediction brief 01-29-07.pdf (126KB PDF)