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About the Mississippi Academic Assessment Program (MAAP)

What is the Mississippi Academic Assessment Program (MAAP)?

The Mississippi Academic Assessment Program (MAAP) is designed to measure student achievement on the Mississippi College-and Career-Readiness Standards (MS CCRS) for English Language Arts and Mathematics and to provide valid and reliable results to guide instruction through data driven instruction. Our comprehensive practice materials help students prepare for success on these all important exams.

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State Testing Information for Mississippi

Portions of the following material were taken from the Department of Education website. Please consult your state's education website for further information on the actual tests administered for your school.


Mississippi Academic Assessment Program (MAAP) is designed to measure student achievement on the Mississippi College-and Career-Readiness Standards (MS CCRS) for English Language Arts and Mathematics and to provide valid and reliable results to guide instruction through data driven instruction. The MAAP will assess students in grades 3-8 in English Language Arts and Mathematics, Algebra I, and English II.

The Mississippi Assessment Program (MAP) measures students’ academic growth from elementary through high school. Student progress is measured from grades 3 through 8 with annual tests in English Language Arts and Mathematics and in high school Algebra I and English II. MAP assessments are designed to let parents know how their child is progressing, and to give teachers more information to guide instruction. The goal of MAP is to evaluate and monitor student learning to ensure students develop the knowledge and skills they need to graduate prepared for college or careers.

MAP KEY FACTS

MAP is the new statewide assessment for English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics for grades 3-8 and Algebra I and English II. MAP replaces the state’s previous ELA and Mathematics tests.
Mississippi educators participated in the development of MAP for Mississippi students.
MAP tests students on the content and skills they learn during the school year.
MAP provides valuable information about whether students are on track for the next grade level and on the path to success after high school.

Higher Standards Require Higher-Quality Tests

Mississippi raised the bar for what we expect students to know and be able to do, so we have changed the way we measure student progress through our state tests. MAP is a Mississippi-developed test to measure student mastery of the Mississippi College and Career Ready Standards, which are the set of learning goals that guide teaching and learning in Mississippi classrooms.

MAP Challenges Students

MAP goes deeper than traditional multiple choice tests by testing critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Students are required to apply their knowledge and skills to address real-world problems and describe their reasoning – skills they will be required to have in college and the workplace.

MAP Provides Valuable Information

MAP results will provide a more detailed picture of student learning by providing specific information on which skills students have mastered and where they need additional support or challenges. When combined with student grades and teacher reports, MAP helps parents stay informed about their child’s progress from year to year and ensure that their child is on the path toward success from grade to grade and beyond high school.


 
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