Is there a PDF that shows what MAP score correlates to grade level. I need to determine if my students are working on, above, or below grade level for reporting purposes.
Allen Bowden School
2015 Normative Data
Hi Jane, Mark provided a good resource for your question. I'd also like to share a knowledge article as well that includes some helpful information and links to other documents: RIT to grade level comparisons.
In addition to the resources above you may want to look at your states' linking study. This research study shows projections, based off our RIT scale, to proficiency on your state test. This is the document I refer folks to when they want to see what will represent a student "being on grade level" (which generally means proficient according to state guidelines). Our Normative data shows you where about 50% of the students score by subject, time of year, and grade. The linking study shows you what it takes to be considered "grade level proficient" according to state proficiency testing guidelines. These two comparisons are often not the same, though that varies by state. In other words, a student being at our normative level will not always be proficient according to the state test.
I did a quick search of your school name and it appears that you are in the state of Oklahoma. Below is a link to your states linking study, newly published this past summer I hope this helps.
Predicting Performance on the Oklahoma School Testing Program (OSTP) Test based on MAP®Growth™ Scores - NWEA
Senior PL Consultant, NWEA
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