Assessment in the Archdiocese of Seattle – Catholic Schools
For teachers/administrators/assessment coordinators:
- April 2021 UPDATE: April 2021 Update – My Catholic School
- March 2021 UPDATE: NWEA MAP Testing: March 2021 Updates – My Catholic School
- February 2021 UPDATE: February 2021 MAP Testing Updates from NWEA – My Catholic School
- January 2021 UPDATE: January 2021 MAP Updates – My Catholic School
Schools in the Archdiocese of Seattle use the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) to assess student learning in Mathematics, Reading and Language Usage. Many students in Grades 2 through 8 take these assessments (and Science, in some schools) at least twice per year: once in the fall (September) and again in the spring (May). Many schools administer the assessment in the winter as well.
Each MAP assessment renders a student scale score (known as RIT) ranging from 100 to 300. This scale forms a useful yardstick for measuring not only achievement at any given snapshot (fall, winter, or spring) but growth over time as students progress through the school year. We then compare the growth of our students to that of their peers nationwide in other Catholic schools and all schools that use the MAP assessments.
On average, our students tend to match or exceed their nationwide peers in achievement as well as growth.
Click below for more information about how to roster, administer or get help with providing support on MAP testing.