National Assessment Of Educational Progress
The results of the 2014 test, called the National Assessment of Educational Progress are disquieting, distressing and disturbing.
Latinos represent the fastest growing group of students in the country’s public schools and a new report suggests they are making great strides in education.
Data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, indicates a resurgence of ability grouping, from 28% in 1998 to 71% in 2009. This may be cheating the lower-grouped students.
The governing board of the National Assessment of Educational Progress has underway new research to gauge students’ socio-economic status.
New education research measures student improvement, not just scores.
A recent study suggests the number of college graduates taking humanities degrees, as a proportion of all bachelor’s degrees, declined 46% over the past 30 years.