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Join Us April 23!

The Governing Board and the National Center for Education Statistics invite you to attend our virtual release event for the 2018 NAEP Civics, Geography, and U.S. History results on April 23. Visit our website for more details.
 
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In Oklahoma, NAEP Guided Key Changes in Education

Oklahoma state education leaders knew they needed to do something different to improve student achievement. For guidance, they turned to NAEP frameworks and achievement levels. Learn how NAEP inspired their efforts to raise the bar for students.
 
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Resources and Tools

As schools and families turn to online learning during the coronavirus outbreak, NAEP is here to help. Use the NAEP Questions Tool to quiz yourself, your kids, your friends.  There are questions at every grade level and every subject NAEP assesses.  
 
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READ what NAEP data says about students' access to technology at home as more public schools transition to digital learning for the school year.

LEARN about the growth of District of Columbia students’ scores on NAEP and the Trial Urban District Assessment since 2011 and how officials hope to continue progress.

DISCOVER the policies the state superintendents of Hawaii and Utah implemented to support English learners and to close achievement gaps on NAEP. 

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