MAP Reading Fluency is an assessment for students in grades K-3 that tests their reading fluency, comprehension, and foundational skills. The computer adaptive test can be administered in a group setting in 20 minutes and provides actionable data and results automatically. MAP Reading Fluency is an addition to the MAP Suite, which also contains MAP GROWTH and MAP Skills.
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