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posted by Robert Boyd • News
St. Paul Lutheran School uses the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Growth as one tool for assessing student progress. Of course, teachers use other assessments and observations to develop a more complete picture of each child’s achievement and growth.
The performance of SPLS students in grades K-8 is compared to millions of other students all over Florida and across the nation. The norms used were established before the COVID-19 crisis and the shutting down of in-person learning in the spring of 2020. In light of this, we are particularly proud of the progress of our students.
Here are some highlights from the most recent NWEA MAP Growth tests on campus.
Compared to other classes across the nation at the same grade level:
Compared to students across the nation:
*The language test is only administered to students in grades 3 and up.