It’s only in the early stages of discussion, but officials at the State Department of Education are talking about the possibility of replacing the Missouri Assessment Program – or MAP tests – with the ACT, which is used for college entrance. Sharon Schattgen, the Education Department’s Coordinator of Curriculum Assessment, makes it clear this will only happen way down the road – if it happens at all. Schattgen says any move to the ACT would require a tweaking of that test so that it complies with both the MAP test and the No Child Left Behind requirements.