When you open a report that contains projected proficiency or college readiness, there is no projection to the proficiency or college readiness test you are looking for.
There are several reasons why data for a particular state test or college readiness test (ACT or SAT) may be missing from a report.
To determine why projected proficiency or college readiness is missing on a particular report:
- Summer tests: There are no projections available for summer MAP test results.
- Check the linking study correlating the proficiency test and MAP to make sure it contains data for the grade and subject. Depending on the state or test, projections could be limited to certain subjects (typically reading and math) and certain grades (typically 2 through 8).
- To check the linking study, see What is a linking study and where can I find it?
- If your state does not have a specific NWEA linking study, generic projections developed by NWEA appear on the report. See Projected proficiency and states with no linking (alignment) studies.
- Verify that the associated MAP Growth tests are complete and valid. See Test results not showing in MAP Growth reports.
- Your organization may not have selected the state tests and college projections when you implemented MAP Growth testing. If you suspect this may be the case, or you wish to change the state alignment used by your organization, your MAP District Assessment Coordinator or MAP System Administrator should contact your Account Manager at NWEA.