National Assessment Of Educational Progress
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.