Eye on Education

High School Seniors’ NAEP Scores Stay Stagnant

This round of National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, scores show the nation’s high school seniors haven’t made much progress in math and reading over the past four years. The 2013 results of the standardized test haven’t made any statistically significant gains since the test was last administered to the same group in 2009.

High school seniors’ performance in mathematics and reading has stagnated since 2009, according to a new round of results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress. The achievement data from NAEP, known as “the nation’s report card,” show that 12 th graders’ average math score remained at 153, on a 300-point scale, when comparing the 2013 results with those from 2009.

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