MAP and MPG

Grafton School District uses MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) and MPG (MAP for Primary Grades) at grades K-8 to measure student academic progress.

Administered three times a year - fall (grades 1 -8), winter, and spring 

Areas tested:  Reading, Math (K-8) and Science (6-8)

Results are uploaded into Skyward after every test window.

About NWEA MAP Testing
What Is a RIT score? 
Characteristics of the RIT Scale
Parent Toolkit Document - A Guide to NWEA Assessments 
What is a Lexile Score?    Find a Book based on interest and Lexile score
NWEA College Readiness Linking Study 


The RIT Scale is a curriculum scale that uses individual item difficulty values to estimate student achievement. An advantage of the RIT scale is that it can relate the numbers on the scale directly to the difficulty of items on the tests. In addition, the RIT scale is an equal interval scale. Equal interval means that the difference between scores is the same regardless of whether a student is at the top, bottom, or middle of the RIT scale, and it has the same meaning regardless of grade level. 

  • Characteristics of the RIT Scale include:
It is an achievement scale.
It is an accurate scale.
It is an equal interval scale.
It helps to measure growth over time.
It has the same meaning regardless of grade or age of the student.
Want to know more?
Introduction to MAP Brochure
Parent Resources

  • Information about my child's NWEA Assessments
The NWEA Parent Toolkit was created as a resource and guide for parents. It includes Frequently Asked Questions, Tips for Parents, and a list of web sites for parents and kids. We hope you find this toolkit helpful and invite you to have conversations with your school district personnel about NWEA's assessment tools. 
  • What is a Lexile Score?

With Lexile range scores educators and parents can:

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