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NAEP 2013 Pre-Administration Workshop. Bobbie Bable [email protected] 404-657-6168. NAEP Overview. The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires states/districts who receive Title I funding to participate in the biennial NAEP assessment in reading and mathematics at grades 4 and 8.

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Naep 2013 pre administration workshop

NAEP 2013Pre-Administration Workshop

Bobbie Bable

[email protected]


Naep overview
NAEP Overview

  • The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires states/districts who receive Title I funding to participate in the biennial NAEP assessment in reading and mathematics at grades 4 and 8.

  • Georgia law and State Board of Education rules require participation in all NAEP assessments.

  • Every school and student has some known chance of being selected for the sample.

Naep purpose
NAEP Purpose

  • To measure student achievement in the context of instructional experiences.

  • To track achievement of fourth-, eighth-, and twelfth-graders over time in selected content domains.

Naep grade levels and content areas
NAEP Grade Levels and Content Areas

  • Developed frameworks and assessments

    • Reading - Economics

    • Mathematics - Civics

    • Science - Foreign language

    • U.S. History - Writing

    • Geography - The Arts

  • 2013 assessments

    • Reading and mathematics

    • Technology and Engineering Literacy (TEL) for grade 8

Who is required to take the naep
Who is required to take the NAEP?

  • Eligible schools in the state are randomly selected from groups of schools that have been stratified by variables such as:

    • Grades 4, 8 and 12

    • Region

    • Minority enrollment

    • Extent of urbanization

  • Students within a selected school are sampled to select the list of students that will participate in the assessment.

Unique features of naep
Unique Features of NAEP

  • National testing program, same assessment in every state

  • Sample of schools to represent demographics of state

  • Students in selected schools are sampled

  • Each student is only assessed in one pre-assigned subject

  • Results for state or selected district only

  • Assessed subjects vary by year

  • Contracted assessment team

  • Six month results window

  • Results can be aggregated by demographic variables

  • Special research studies

Naep test score ranges
NAEP Test Score Ranges

  • Average scale scores and achievement levels reported for reading, mathematics and science.

  • Scale scores

    • Range is 0-500 for reading and mathematics

    • Range is 0-300 for science

  • Achievement levels

    • Advanced, Proficient, Basic

    • Indicate the percentage of students within the total population, or in a particular subgroup, that meet or exceed expectations of what they should know and be able to do.

Naep important dates
NAEP Important Dates

  • District Superintendents notified of school selection in June

  • System Test Coordinators notified of school selection and assessment dates in June

  • Principals of sampled schools notified in August and school coordinator contact requested; reschedule requests

  • Student list required by early November

  • Pre-assessment packet received in early January

  • Pre-assessment school visit in January

  • Assessment window – last week in January through first week of March

    • January 28 – March 8

  • Release of results

    • Begin six months after assessment window

    • Each assessed subject released separately

Georgia s sample
Georgia’s Sample

  • 97 Districts

  • Grade 4

    • 155 Schools

  • Grade 8

    • 124 Schools

  • Grade 12

    • 22 Schools

  • TEL

    • 35 Schools

2013 assessments
2013 Assessments

  • Grade 4

    • Paper/pencil test

    • Reading or mathematics

    • Each student only takes the assessment in one student

    • Sample of 63 (about 30 students per subject) or option to have all 4th graders tested up to and including 90 students

  • Grade 8

    • Paper/pencil test in reading/mathematics or computerized TEL assessment

    • Assessment team brings 15 laptops for computerized assessment

    • Each student only takes the assessment in one subject

    • Sample of about 63 (about 30 students per subject) for paper/pencil test

    • Sample of 30 for computerized assessment (two sessions of 15 students each)

  • Grade 12

    • Paper/pencil test in reading or mathematics

    • Sample of about 63 for paper/pencil test

School coordinator responsibilities
School Coordinator Responsibilities

  • All information is posted on MySchool website


    • All website options on left hand side of page

  • Administrative Responsibilities

    • Register for the MySchool website

    • Complete and submit school information

    • Provide list of sampled grade students

  • Pre-Assessment Activities (To Be Completed prior to PAV)

    • Receive and review Pre-assessment Packet

    • Complete SD and EL Worksheets

    • Parent Letter

    • Meeting with NAEP staff during pre-assessment visit (PAV)

    • Promote NAEP with school staff and students

Myschool registration www mynaep com use 8 digit myschool registration id provided
MySchool Registration www.mynaep.comUse 8 digit MySchool Registration ID provided

Student list
Student List

  • All students for sampled grade

  • Districts with more than 10 schools in sample can submit one list

  • Excel spreadsheet only

  • Required Information (separate columns)

    • Student first name

    • Student middle name (helpful in case two students have same first and last name)

    • Student last name

    • Gender

    • Birth month

    • Birth year

    • SD designation

    • ELL designation

    • Free/reduced lunch status

    • Race/ethnicity (6 columns)

    • Homeroom or other locator information (helpful to have)

  • To be e-filed (uploaded through MySchool) by October 31, 2012

Prepare for pre assessment visit
Prepare for Pre-assessment Visit

  • Receive pre-assessment packet

    • List of students selected for assessment for which subject

    • Instructions on how to prepare for NAEP

    • SD and ELL worksheets

  • Call from NAEP representative to schedule visit

  • Complete SD and ELL worksheets PRIOR to visit with NAEP representative

    • Complete for each SD/ELL student in sample

    • Follow state accommodations guidelines

Other pre assessment activities
Other Pre-assessment Activities

  • Prepare and distribute parent letters

  • Teacher and school questionnaires

  • Promote NAEP with school staff and students

  • Coordinate with NAEP staff testing location logistics

Assessment day
Assessment Day

  • Assemble students

  • Completed questionnaires

  • Promote NAEP with school and teachers

  • Receive student sheets from assessment coordinator

  • Red storage envelope instructions

Naep resources
NAEP Resources

  • NAEP website

    • All previously released results

    • Assessment schedules and policies


  • NAEP Questions Tool

    • More than 2000 questions from previous assessments

    • Scoring guide

    • Actual student responses

    • Question performance data


  • NAEP Data Explorer

    • National, state, region, district, and subgroup results

    • Demographic survey data