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U.S. Education Secretary Appoints Baldwin Schools Superintendent to Board Overseeing the Nation’s Report Card  

WASHINGTON – Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona today appointed Baldwin Union Free School District Superintendent Shari Camhi to serve on the National Assessment Governing Board, which oversees the country’s only ongoing, nationally representative assessment of student achievement.   The Governing Board is a nonpartisan body established by Congress in 1988 to oversee and set policy for the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known

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Making the grade: How to spur achievement after NAEP declines

Key points: Alarming declines in NAEP scores are prompting educators to look for ways to increase academic achievement Understanding each individual student helps educators design supplemental educational programs See related article: What do superintendents really think of the NAEP? For decades, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) has pursued a mission to monitor student academic performance, providing insights into

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What do superintendents really think of the NAEP?

Last October, newspapers around the country reported the results of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as the Nation’s Report Card. And just like in previous years, the headlines weren’t positive. This time, though, it was even worse than usual. It was the first time students took these biennial assessments since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and

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Mathletics Announces US Winners of 2023 ‘World Math Day’

NEW YORK – On March 8, 2023, 296,090 students from around the world took part in ‘World Math Day’, an online annual event that fosters a love of math in students and boosts their engagement in the subject. Nationwide, there’s growing concern around students’ math performance. According to the latest report from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), fourth-

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Finding the learning loss data needed to drive learning recovery

The National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) Report Card on learning loss was a sobering but not unexpected reckoning for how deeply and broadly the pandemic impacted student learning and achievement.  NAEP state-level findings of drops in math and reading scores were followed by the release of the Education Recovery Scorecard, which leveraged NAEP data to offer the first comparable

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