Measurement of Academic Progress (MAP) is a computerized adaptive test which helps teachers, parents, and administrators improve learning for all students and make informed decisions to promote a child's academic growth.
IXL Math is a website where users can practice math problems at nearly every grade level. Questions are administered one at a time, in a fun and interactive environment. Users are notified if they are right or wrong immediately after submitting an answer. The site is as applicable for children in preschool as it is for middle school aged students, and IXL Math is currently being updated to feature higher level content like Algebra and Trigonometry. There is a myriad of content, ordered like a textbook, making it easy for users to scaffold their learning. The featured questions are generated to mesh with common core standards across all fifty states. Also available is the opportunity to sign up for a membership, allowing users to track their progress, and identify areas in which they need further study. IXL Math is suitable for children aged 4 and older, with content that parents and teachers alike will find helpful for homework and learning.