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How Do Students Answer NAEP Questions?

Curious about how students read through a text for comprehension – do they read the questions first, then the reading passage, or do they read the passage, then address each question in order? Another way? A forthcoming report from the National Center for Education Statistics will offer insight on how students respond to NAEP assessment questions. Stay tuned!
 
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Coming Soon: Virtual Quarterly Board Meeting

The Governing Board will hold our next quarterly meeting virtually on July 30-31. Check our site for the agenda, registration and materials.
 
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Resources and Tools

In response to COVID-19, the Institute of Education Sciences' Regional Education Laboratories compiled a library of evidence-based resources on learning and teaching in a digital environment. 
 
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READ how to learn from our mistakes, about new work in harnessing the power of a wrong answer to get to the right answer. 

READ a new report offering recommendations on when and how states and school districts should use assessments to gauge student learning during COVID-19.

DIVE into a new report that examines the impact of high-quality preschool programs on racial inequities using NAEP math and reading results. 

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