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Our team has been helping principals in one district in Santa Clara county make sense of their NWEA MAP reports. While the main purpose of our help has been on the use of those MAP reports for planning (big picture SPSA plans), principals wanted help making sense of them for instruction. The main focus: seeing grade level pockets of variation in the rates of student learning.

What are you seeing in your district in the variation in the use of the NWEA MAP assessments, site to site?

Do you see site level aggregate stats on utilization? If so, how much variation do you see across sites, from least intensive to most intensive use? Expressed as a ratio, is it 3:1, 5:1, 8:1?

Within sites, what is the variation in use that you see?

I'd appreciate having the ability to compare our clients' utilization factors to those in other districts.

Thanks ... Steve
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