Atlanta Public schools began administering the NWEA MAP exam1 as a formative assessment during the 2021-2022 school year. MAP results include a predicted Georgia Milestones achievement level for each student tested. The graph below shows the percentage of students predicted to score proficient or higher on the spring Milestones in math based on the winter MAP administration.
The graph shows that projected proficiency by elementary school ranges from 82% to as low as 7%. However, this is an improvement from the previous year’s winter MAP results, when twelve schools were projected at 5% or lower2.
The next graph shows winter MAP performance by race and ethnicity.
Mouseover or tap a data point to view the projected proficiency rate. Use the filters on the side to view results by other categories, including English learner status, income, and students with disabilities. Groups with less than 15 students are censored, so the student count in this graph might not sum to the counts in the first graph.
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- The full exam name is “MAP Growth,” which this blog will refer to as “MAP” to avoid confusion with student growth models.
- On the actual 2022 Milestones, only two APS schools that took the MAP scored at 5% or lower, in addition to several charter and partner schools that do not take the MAP.