[K12OSN] MAP Testing through the NWEA (Measures ofAcademic Progress)

Chris Bacigalupo baci at harborcityschool.org
Fri Dec 10 21:36:33 UTC 2004

I use MAP/NWEA testing via rdesktop.

Unfortunately, the TAA.hta is IE only


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Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 3:14 PM
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Subject: Re: [K12OSN] MAP Testing through the NWEA (Measures ofAcademic

Rob Owens wrote:

><and they said that the testing typically occurs in a windows or Mac 
>lab environment.>
>Does this mean that there is a Windows and Mac version of the software,

>or does it mean that they are totally unfamiliar w/ Linux so they claim

>it is not compatible?  Do you know for sure that the test requires 
>software to be installed on your computers, or is it a web-based 
>interface that would work w/ any browser?

There is a lightweight windows and mac client which connects to a local 
network drive for the test files (they call it NTE or network test 

The TAA application is IE only and web based (very poorly written too), 
and it is used to download data from NWEA into the  NTE.


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