Hyde’s Outstanding MAP Scores!

Hyde Academy is excited to report tremendous results for its returning grade 6-9 students this fall.

Our students displayed outstanding growth from fall 2016 to fall 2017 across math, reading and language usage. The average points growth between this period was up to 10 times greater than their U.S. counterparts.

See below for a breakdown of how much progress our students made, as reflected in the average number of points their scores increased by, between fall 2016 and fall 2017, compared to U.S. students of the same grade.

Math
11

In math, Hyde students achieved an average points increase 5.5 times greater than their U.S. counterparts.

Reading
12

In reading, Hyde students achieved an average points increase 7.7 times greater than their U.S. counterparts.

Language Usage
13

In language usage, Hyde students achieved an average points increase 10 times greater than their U.S. counterparts.

Between spring and fall, U.S. students typically demonstrate a decline in MAP test scores, commonly attributed to a loss of learning experienced during the summer holidays. When students acquire a solid understanding and thorough grasp of the content they are learning, the impact on MAP scores and loss of learning during the summer holidays will typically be less.

We are proud to see that our grade 6-9 Hyde Academy students between spring 2016 and fall 2017 on average experienced impressive growth of up to 9 points, whereas U.S. students experience a typical drop of up to -2.4 points during this period. Overall, Hyde Academy students showed a points increase of up to 12 times greater than U.S. students.

See below for a breakdown of how much progress our students made, as reflected in the average number of points their scores increased by, between spring 2016 and fall 2017, compared to U.S. students of the same grade.

Math
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In math, Hyde Academy students’ on average grew 7 points in math, whereas U.S. students, of the same grade, saw an average decline of -2.4 points.

Hyde students demonstrated growth 3.9 times greater than U.S. students.

Reading
15

In reading, Hyde Academy students’ on average grew 9 points in reading, whereas U.S. students, of the same grade, saw an average decline of -0.8 points.

Hyde students demonstrated growth 12 times greater than U.S. students.

Language Usage
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In language usage, Hyde Academy students’ on average grew 9 points in language usage, whereas U.S. students, of the same grade, saw an average decline of -1 points.

Hyde students demonstrated growth 10 times greater than U.S. students.

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