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National Assessments. Mary Calderbank Kayleigh Freeman Ashley Hyde Candice Holmes. NAEP National Assessment of Educational Progress. What is the purpose of NAEP?. To assess what America’s students know and can do in various subject areas .

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national assessments

National Assessments

Mary Calderbank

Kayleigh Freeman

Ashley Hyde

Candice Holmes

what is the purpose of naep
What is the purpose of NAEP?
  • To assess what America’s students know and can do in various subject areas.
  • To provide valid and reliable data on student performance to the public.
  • To provide factors that may be related to students learning.
  • To measure progress over time.
who takes the naep
Who takes the NAEP?
  • On the national level, representative samples of students in 4th, 5th, and 12 grade. Private and public schools.
  • On the state level, representative samples of students in 4th, 5th, and 12th grades. Public schools only.
  • Title 1 schools every two years.
who administers the naep
Who Administers the NAEP
  • The NAEP field staff: National network of educators trained to collect and safeguard NAEP assessment data.
  • The State Coordinator: Staff member at participating state Department of Education who works with the field staff.
what is the public interest
What is the Public Interest ?
  • To see where their population is academically.
  • To compare their population with the nation’s and other states.
  • To see if their population is making progress.
what are the naep results
What are the NAEP results?
  • 28% of Georgia students performed at or above the NAEP proficient level in 2011.
  • Georgia’s percentage was smaller than the nations at 32%.
  • Atlanta performed below state and national public levels from 2002-2011.
  • http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/districts/
what is the purpose of tuda
What is the Purpose of TUDA?
  • To determine the feasibility of reporting district-level results for NAEP.
  • To compare urban district results to large city results nationwide.
  • To provide tables and maps to compare urban districts.
who takes the assessment
Who Takes the Assessment?
  • Students in the 4th, 5th and 12th grade at urban, district-level schools.
  • The school must have a 50% or more student population being Black, Hispanic or eligible for the National Lunch Program.
who administers the tuda
Who Administers the TUDA
  • Westat, a contractor hired by NCES.
  • NAEP field staff, trained and supervised by Westat.
what is the public s interest
What is the Public’s Interest?
  • To compare their district’s results to their state’s results.
  • To compare their district’s results with other districts.
  • To become informed of their district’s progress.
recent tuda results
Recent TUDA Results
  • National: http://nationsreportcard.gov/reading_2011/summary.asp
  • State: http://nationsreportcard.gov/reading_2011/summary.asp?tab_id=tab2&subtab_id=Tab_1#chart
  • District: http://nationsreportcard.gov/reading_2011/summary.asp?tab_id=tab3&subtab_id=Tab_1#chart
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SBAC
  • The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
what is the purpose of sbac
What is the Purpose of SBAC?
  • To compete for the “Race to the Top” funds to create common core assessments.
  • To provide valid, and fair measures of students’ knowledge and skills required for college and careers.
  • So teachers can use the data to improve teaching and learning in line with standards.
  • To ensure students are prepared to pursue college or a career.
who will take the sbac
Who will take the SBAC?
  • Students from 3rd-8th grades and high school.
  • This includes all students in these grades, regardless of disability, language or subgroup status.
who administers the sbac
Who administers the SBAC
  • Teachers and administrators
what is the public s interest in the sbac
What is the public’s interest in the SBAC
  • That the consortium of states will design an assessment that ensures their children are ready for college or a career.
  • To indentify specific needs of students.
  • To improve teaching and learning.
what are the results
What are the results?
  • There are no results as of yet.
  • Some field results are expected in 2012.
parcc
PARCC
  • Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers
what is the purpose of parcc
What is the purpose of PARCC?
  • To ensure students grades 3 – 12 are on track for college.
  • To construct a pathway to college and career readiness.
  • To tackle breaches prior to students entering college and careers.
  • Provide teachers with information and provide student support.
who will take the assessment
Who will take the assessment?
  • Students in grades 3 through 12.
who will administer the assessment
Who will administer the assessment?
  • Teachers in grades 3 through 12.
what is the public s interest1
What is the public’s interest?
  • To make sure their children are ready for college or a career.
  • To better prepare students for college, so they do not have to take remedial classes.
what are the results1
What are the results?
  • There are no results at any level.
  • The PARCC assessments will not be administered until 2014-2015.
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