MAP Assessment

Richland County School District One is administering Measures of Academic Progress (MAP), a state-aligned computerized adaptive assessment system. With a computerized adaptive test, the difficulty of the test is adjusted to the student’s performance. MAP tests have the ability to identify skills and concepts individual students have learned, monitor academic growth over time independent of grade level, and provide teachers with information they can use to enhance teaching and learning. Currently Richland One students in grades 2-10 may be tested in the content areas of Mathematics, Language Usage and Reading.

Contact Information

Richland County School District One
Office of Accountability, Assessment, Research and Evaluation

Coordinator: Andress Carter-Sims
MAP Coordinator

Richland County School District One
1616 Richland Street
Columbia, SC 29201

Phone:  (803) 231-7621
Fax:  (803) 231-7458

For additional handouts and information vist the Accountability, Research and Evaluation site link on the left.

Each test takes students about one hour to complete and detailed test data is available to teachers within 24 hours after the test session has been completed. To learn more details concerning the MAP testing process feel free to browse the "Parents" link provided on the Accountability, Research and Evaluation site.