NAEP in the Land of Enchantment. Dr. Ed Gilliland Program Manager Assessment and Evaluation Bureau and New Mexico NAEP State Coordinator New Mexico Public Education Department. What is NAEP?. The National Assessment of Educational Progress Also referred to as “The Nation’s Report Card”
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Dr. Ed Gilliland
Assessment and Evaluation Bureau
New Mexico NAEP State Coordinator
New Mexico Public Education Department
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“We need to have a serious discussionabout your state accountability system.”L
Approximately equal sample sizes for each state
About 100 schools selected for each grade and subject
About 2,500-3,000 students are assessed in each grade and subject
In each selected school, approximately 30 students (selected at random) are assessed in each subject
Samples of several hundred schools selected from across the country for each assessment
Samples selected from states in close proportion to the student population size
Therefore, the New Mexico sample is typically very smallNAEP Samples
But First …
New Mexico’s 2003 Average Scale Score (203) was:
New Mexico’s 2003 Average Scale Score (252) was:
New Mexico’s 2003 Average Scale Score (223) was:
New Mexico’s 2003 Average Scale Score (263) was:
Item Maps Can Help!
Solve a multi-step word problem
Carl has 3 empty egg cartons and 34 eggs. If each carton holds 12 eggs, how many more eggs are needed to fill all 3 cartons?
* A) 2
Nationwide, 46 % of 4th Grade students answered this item correctly, 52% answered incorrectly, and 2% omitted the item.
Locate ¾ on a number line
On the portion of the number line below, a dot shows where 1/2 is. Use another dot to show where 3/4 is.
Nationwide, 64% of 8th Grade students answered the question with the correct response.
A lot more than what these kids seem to be learning …