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Achieve3000 Adds MAP Assessment Data for Differentiated Instruction
Achieve3000 and the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) have partnered to integrate NWEA's Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessments with Achieve3000's online literacy resources.
The integration uses data from the assessments to create a MAP Informed Learning Paths that teachers can personalize for students with customized sets of lessons. Achieve3000 has created "teacher recommendations" to help teachers with the differentiation.
"Our partnership with NWEA is an exciting, new way to help teachers measure progress and for students to make gains toward the new rigors required in today's classrooms," said Saki Dodelson, CEO and founder of Achieve3000, in a prepared statement. "We are delighted to have a partner aligned with our mission to give all students innovative tools that put them on the accelerated path to college and career readiness."
The integration will be available for grades 2-12 in July for use in the 2014-2015 school year.
More information about NWEA is available at nwea.org. Go to achieve3000.com to learn more about Achieve3000.
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