Thinking Beyond Borders on Assessments: Watch Short Videos for Insights

Thinking Beyond Borders On Assessments

What's the connection between The Nation's Report Card and international assessments of student achievement? A panel of distinguished experts from our last quarterly meeting discussed how the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) has influenced these tests, and what to expect in the future. Watch short videos for insights from each speaker.
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Video Infographic
Explains TUDA 

Our new video infographic explains the voluntary Trial Urban District Assessment (TUDA). Watch it to learn why 27 school districts participate and the opportunities and benefits they gain from their involvement.
 
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Resources and Tools

With the easy-to-use NAEP Data Explorer, you can dive into decades of data on student performance and factors that may be related to students' learning. The tool includes a tutorial and a reference guide to help you create statistical tables, charts, and maps.
 
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READ a Washington Post article on the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) results, exploring concerns that U.S. students' falling scores could affect the nation's ability to compete internationally. 

LEARN about a Tennessee advocacy group, the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE), that is working to influence the conversation on education in the 2018 Governor's race. SCORE has outlined priorities that it believes will improve Tennessee schools and the state's standing on NAEP. 

LEARN why the superintendent of a school district in Oklahoma is optimistic about changes to the state's assessments to bring students' scores into alignment with NAEP and other national assessments.  

 
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