2015-2016 Mississippi English II MAP Assessment Results Ranked by School

In the same vein as the other assessment results, the following are the Mississippi Assessment Program (MAP) English II results from the 2015-2016 school year ranked by individual school.  Unlike the Algebra I test results, English II results are straight-forward in they only apply to one school since the course and the end-of-course assessment are only taken on the high school level in contrast to Algebra I which can be taken at the middle school level.

The MAP results ranked by school can be accessed by clicking on the following link:

2015-2016 English II Rankings by School

The results from last year’s PARCC English II assessments ranked in the same manner can be viewed by clicking below:

2014-2015 Rankings by MS School – PARCC Eng II Assessment

As with all MAP assessments given for the first time in the 2015-2016 school year, there is no way to accurately determine growth with these student’s having previously taken the MCT2 in the 8th grade.  Thus, the only previous ELA test data was from two years prior on a completely different assessment and fell on the year in which schools were teaching the CCSS while still taking the tests designed for the old curriculum framework.  All that is to simply point out that determining growth between the 8th grade MCT2 scores from a waiver year and the first year MAP English II assessments would be of dubious value.  The data is purely for informational purposes, and I hope those interested find it useful.  As always, please let me know if you spot any issues.


Clint Stroupe


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