NWEA TESTING RESOURCES
The Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to helping all children learn. NWEA provides research-based assessments, professional training, and consulting services to improve teaching and learning
.With more than 3400 partner districts, NWEA fosters a community of educators that is dedicated to improving teaching and learning. NWEA provides products and services to measure and promote academic student growth and school improvement. These include accurate assessments, timely reporting, practical classroom resources, and ongoing professional development.
NWEA Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) are state-aligned computerized adaptive assessments that provide accurate, useful information about student achievement and growth.
All Columbus kindergarteners through sixth grade students are given Math and Reading MAP tests during the fall and spring of each school year. Optional MAP testing is available during the month of January as well. Additionally, checklist tests evaluating mastery of skills are available year-round to K-1 students.
Below are available NWEA Measures of Academic Progress Resources for parents and students, courtesy of South Washington County Schools:
NWEA Math Sample Test Questions
NWEA Reading Sample Test Questions