May 25 Science Release: 1 pm ET
Join us for our virtual release event when we will discuss the findings of the 2019 NAEP Science Report Card and what that means for science education.
The Latest from the Governing Board
Visit our splash page to get details and register for our NAEP Science release event - May 25 at 1 pm ET - that will feature major findings, a new video, and experts posing questions for discussion.
Visit our page to register for open sessions for quarterly Board meetings and download agendas and materials as they become available.
Did you miss our event featuring experts discussing how background knowledge is addressed in reading comprehension assessments? Watch our video recording.
At its quarterly meeting, the Governing Board approved an updated schedule of assessments reflecting the Congressional waiver that postponed NAEP administration in 2021.
Check out graphics from our NAEP Grade 12 report that touch on college application and acceptance rates, student confidence, and the performance of students with disabilities. Also watch the webcast of our release event.
Check out this video that documents the major milestones and evolution of the National Assessment of Education Process through more than five decades.
NAEP Cultivating a Deeper Understanding
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Spotlight on Student Achievement Gaps
NAEP Mathematics and Reading results show a troubling pattern from 2009 to 2019: Scores for higher performers improved while scores for lower performers declined.
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NAEP Reading Moves State Chiefs to Action
State school chiefs discuss the declining and stagnant 2019 NAEP Reading scores and share strategies for improving students’ reading skills.
The Value of NAEP
Members of the National Assessment Governing Board talk about the National Assessment of Educational Progress and what can be done with the insights it offers into students’ performance and the contexts in which they learn.