2022 Board Nominations Now Open
We’re accepting nominations for Board positions to be appointed in 2021. Nominations are due Nov. 1.
The Latest from the Governing Board
Watch a video that will provide findings and insight on the 2020 NAEP Long-Term Trend assessment, the nation’s only continuous source of data on student achievement for 50 years.
The U.S. Secretary of Education appointed five members to the Governing Board, including naming former Gov. Beverly Perdue as chair. Read more about our exceptional leaders.
Nominate yourself or a colleague for one of four open positions to be appointed by the U.S. Education of Secretary in 2022: eighth-grade teacher, fourth-grade teacher, secondary school principal, and parent leader.
The first part of our look at equity is a national lens on how NAEP can inform policy and practice on the equitable outcome of students.
Visit our dedicated page to learn more about our newest NAEP Framework and our development efforts, including a press release, FAQ, infographics and other materials.
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.