Testing Information

Testing Dates for 2023-24

  1. Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Testing:

    • MAP testing is a computerized adaptive assessment system used by many schools to measure students' academic growth and performance in various subjects such as mathematics, reading, and language usage.

      Unlike traditional standardized tests, MAP tests adjust the difficulty of questions based on the individual student's responses. This adaptive nature allows for more accurate assessment of a student's abilities and growth over time.

      MAP tests provide educators with valuable data to inform instructional planning, identify areas where students may need additional support or enrichment, and track progress towards academic goals.

      The results of MAP testing can help schools and districts make data-driven decisions to improve teaching and learning outcomes for students.

    State of North Carolina End Of Grade (EOG) Testing:

    • EOG testing is a standardized assessment administered by the state of North Carolina to evaluate students' proficiency in key academic subjects including mathematics, reading, and science.

      EOG tests are typically given at the end of the school year to students in certain grade levels, such as grades 3 through 8, depending on the subject.

      The purpose of EOG testing is to measure students' mastery of grade-level content standards and to assess school and district performance based on these standards.

      EOG scores may be used for various purposes, including determining student promotion to the next grade level, evaluating school and district accountability under state and federal education laws, and identifying areas for improvement in curriculum and instruction.

      Results from EOG testing provide valuable information to educators, policymakers, and stakeholders about the overall academic achievement and progress of students within the state of North Carolina.

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