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LISTEN to a discussion on Education Talk Radio of the 2017 NAEP reading results and how scores can be improved, featuring Marcie Craig Post, the executive director of the International Literacy Association, and Karen Wixson, a leading expert on the NAEP Reading Assessment at ETS.
READ the third installment of Education Week's annual Quality Counts report, which grades the nation and each state on K-12 student achievement based, in part, on data from the 2017 NAEP reading and mathematics results.
LEARN about the steps an elementary school in Jefferson County, Colo., is taking to close the gap between boys' and girls’ performance in reading on NAEP and on the state’s language arts assessment.