WrAP: Writing Assessment Program
Grades 3 – 12
WrAP helps develop outstanding writers.
WrAP is a direct measure of student writing achievement and serves as a tool to help classroom teachers pinpoint specific strengths and weaknesses of their students’ written expression. WrAP is also a powerful objective lens to help schools examine their writing and compare results to schools like theirs. WrAP asks students to respond to a writing prompt in two timed writing sessions administered over consecutive days—closely replicating the natural writing process of drafting, reflection, and revision. Unlike other instruments that provide only holistic scoring indices, WrAP is scored both holistically and analytically, to provide more detailed feedback with reports that leverage technology to add meaning to results.