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Join Us for a Twitter Chat on NAEP Social Studies Results

Board member Patrick Kelly will join the National Council for the Social Studies for a Twitter chat at 1 p.m. ET on July 13, discussing implications of the NAEP 2018 Civics, Geography, and U.S. History results. Our new graphics highlight some of those findings.  
 
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Wanted: Comments on New NAEP Reading Framework 

We are seeking public comment on the draft of the 2025 NAEP Reading Framework. Make sure to submit your feedback by July 23! Explore details, including informational webinars we’re hosting.  
 
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Resources and Tools

The National Academy of Education's new report—Reaping the Rewards of the Reading for Understanding Initiative—highlights the findings of six research teams tasked with reviewing methods of improving reading comprehension. 
 
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EXPLORE a report on the first-ever release of a NAEP response process dataset, which contains data generated from student interactions with a digitally based assessment.

READ a new report offering recommendations for improving literacy rates in the United States, particularly among marginalized communities, citing NAEP reading results. 

DIVE into the 2020 KIDS COUNT Data Book, which uses NAEP math and reading results as key indicators to determine the well-being of America's children.

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