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12 Ideas for Improving NWEA Scores at the School and Classroom Level


Schoolwide practices and teacher pro tips for tackling the NWEA MAP test

Every year, three times a year, students sit down to take NWEA’s MAP test. While the results that follow are rich, figuring out what to do next can be daunting.

At ThinkCERCA, we’ve spent years collaborating with schools that use NWEA assessments. The ideas shared below come straight from the buildings of our partner schools, which have seen powerful MAP growth by aligning goals and instruction across the school community.

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Read More: How to Use NWEA Data (RIT Score) to Set Student Reading Levels in ThinkCERCA

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Mallory Busch
Mallory Busch

Mallory Busch is ThinkCERCA's Editor of Content Strategy. A graduate of Northwestern University, Mallory came to ThinkCERCA from stops in audience strategy at TIME magazine and news applications development at Chicago Tribune and The Texas Tribune. She holds degrees in Journalism and International Studies, and was a student fellow at Knight Lab in college.