Learn more about how data collected from digitally based assessments can be used to investigate digital familiarity and efficiency.
Explore three ways NAEP data are reported and see examples of how they are used.
Learn more about how NAEP selects schools and students for NAEP assessments.
Explore Simpson's Paradox in NAEP data; it occurs when subgroup data show a different pattern than when the data are combined.
Learn more about NAEP's ongoing research efforts on the participation of twelfth-graders and their engagement with NAEP assessments.
Learn more about Performance & Preparedness.
Take a look at how NAEP assesses English learners (EL) and what accommodations are available.
Learn more about the characteristics and performance of students with disabilities on the NAEP mathematics and reading assessments, as well as the available testing accommodations.