Assessment Information


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The NWEA, (Northwest Evaluation Association), Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment is a computerized test that is adaptive and offered in Reading, Language Usage, and Mathematics.  When taking a MAP test, the difficulty of each question is based on how well a student answers all of the previous questions.  As the student answers correctly, questions become more difficult.  If the student answers incorrectly, the questions become easier.  The final score is an estimate of the student’s achievement level.  To learn what the results mean view the reference chart
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The M-STEP will include our summative assessments designed to measure student growth effectively for today’s students. English language arts and mathematics will be assessed in grades 3–8, science in grades 4 and 7, and social studies in grades 5 and 8. It also includes the Michigan Merit Examination in 11th grade, which consists of a college entrance exam, work skills assessment, and M-STEP summative assessments in English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.  If you would like to practice or look at practice questions go to

STAR Enterprise Reading

STAR assessments provide the most valid, reliable, actionable data in the least amount of testing time—usually 20 minutes or less. That empowers educators to focus on what matters most—individualizing instruction to accelerate learning for all students.

Fountas and Pinnell

Using the Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark Assessment Systems to determine a student’s independent and instructional reading levels, teachers are able to observe student reading behaviors one-on-one, engage in comprehension conversations that go beyond retelling, and make informed decisions that connect assessment to instruction.