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Video: 8th Graders’ Views of Reading

Our new video shows how enjoyment and interest in reading is associated with scores on NAEP and how interest in reading differs among boys and girls. Spoiler alert: Students who enjoy reading score higher.
 
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Motion Graphics Show Rising Inclusion Rates on NAEP

The Governing Board’s inclusion policy has led to greater participation of students with disabilities and of English language learners in NAEP. Take a look at how much participation of these students has increased.
 
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Congratulations to Our Five New Members

The U.S. Secretary of Education has appointed five educators and community leaders to serve on the Board, starting this month. We are excited to welcome this new group of dedicated leaders to the Board. Learn about the new members and their work.
 
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Last Chance to Join the Governing Board!

There is only one week left to nominate yourself or a colleague to the Governing Board! Nominations are due on October 31. We are seeking passionate, qualified individuals to fill eight open Board positions in 2019. Learn more and apply online!
 
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READ a report from the National Center for Education Statistics that examines how a student’s access to computers at home and in the classroom is associated with performance on NAEP.

LEARN about Kentucky’s new initiative, Statewide Family Engagement Centers, which seek to address NAEP achievement gaps with family and community programs. The centers are funded by a family engagement grant from the U.S. Department of Education to the National Center for Families Learning.    

READ an Education Next article that featured NAEP contextual data to explain the academic and social-emotional benefits to high-quality homework assignments.
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