NAEP


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NAEP

Abbreviation for:
National Asthma Education Program
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The NAEP results show that Pennsylvania's performance relative to other states hasn't wavered," Rivera said.
Since NCLB was enacted into law, Education Next has used this information to identify the rigor of state proficiency standards each time the results from state and NAEP tests have become available.
Data from this and other NAEP reports have influenced our district, particularly at the elementary level," Houston, a member of the National Assessment Governing Board, said in a statement.
According to our estimates of NAEP proficiencies, 25 percent of Worcester's 4th grade students were proficient, while at the 10th grade only 19 percent were.
Some 28 percent of urban fourth graders scored at or above the proficient level in math in 2007 on NAEP, up from 20 percent in 2003.
Prior to 1996, NAEP did not allow accommodations for students with disabilities, resulting in a significant under-representation of this important student group.
Demographic and questionnaire data were collected as the NAEP was administered (2005b).
Also called "The Nation's Report Card," the NAEP has been used to track trends in student achievement over time or to compare student performance in a particular state with the national average.
NAEP reading scores at the fourt-hand eighth-grade levels were not improved as a result of increased testing pressure.
The gains, according to the NAEP people, are statistically significant and substantiate .
The NAEP - often called "the nation's report card" - is viewed as the most accurate and objective national assessment of student achievement state-by-state and also aims to track changes in performance over time.
Well-known Albertan Elmer Ghostkeeper has developed an exciting concept for introducing math lessons to young students, said Corinne Mount Pleasant-Jetti, association professor in the faculty of engineering and computer sciences at Concordia and co-founder of NAEP.