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Illinois peeps, check out - Test Scores Show a Decline in Math Among High School Seniors

Average performance dropped in math from 2013 to 2015 but held steady in reading, results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress showed.. via NYT U.S. http://ift.tt/2350AKt

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Reading is a serious matter for children

We were shocked by a report released from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, in 2014,stating that only 40% of Charlotte Mecklenburg third graders were reading at grade level. 422 more words

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Board Backs Stewart On Test Scores, School Grades

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TALLAHASSEE (NSF) – The Florida Board of Education voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to back Commissioner Pam Stewart on proposals about test scores and school grades, turning aside concerns from business and education-reform groups. 874 more words

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Indiana Improves Rank With Performance On Nation’s Report Card

In October, reporter Rachel Morello contacted Indiana University Communications searching for an expert to discuss results of the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Morello was directed to IU School of Education professor Peter Kloosterman.  24 more words

The One Thing We Know for Sure about Schools…

This week’s National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) scores prove it. When it comes to education, there is one reliable truth out there. It’s not news; any educational historian worth his or her mortarboard could tell you about it. 404 more words

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Minnesota Students' Math, Reading Scores Stall

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The latest national figures show Minnesota students’ performance in math and reading this year was mostly stagnant or declined from 2013. 359 more words

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California Students Rank Near Bottom In Math, Reading On Standardized Tests

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — California public school students’ math and reading scores on standardized tests rank below most other states.

Scores for 4th- and 8th-grade students on the… 236 more words

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