2019 Performance Data
MCPSA is committed to ensuring that charter schools provide quality education to Missouri's students. One of the key ways MCPSA tracks school performance is through the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP). The MAP assessment is a series of assessments for English language arts, mathematics and science at grades 3-8; and English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies in high school.
The MAP assessments are required in state law as part of the "Outstanding Schools Act," which required the State Board of Education to adopt academic performance standards, which established the knowledge, skills and competencies necessary for students to "successfully advance through the public elementary and secondary education system of this state; lead to or quality a student for high school graduation; and prepare students for postsecondary education or the workplace or both." These "Show-Me Standards" are guides for what students should know and be able to do. There are 40 knowledge standards and 33 performance standards.
Below, you will find MAP performance data for schools in the St. Louis and Kansas City metropolitan areas, including our member schools.