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Page 1: NAEP 2011 Mathematics and Reading Results NAEP State Coordinator Mark DeCandia.

NAEP 2011 Mathematics and Reading ResultsNAEP State Coordinator Mark DeCandia

Page 2: NAEP 2011 Mathematics and Reading Results NAEP State Coordinator Mark DeCandia.

What is NAEP?

• The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is the largest continuing and nationally representative assessment of what our nation’s students know and can do in core subjects.

• A survey designed to produce national, state, and select urban district level results. – NAEP results are for populations of students, not for

individual students nor schools.

– Measures student performance nationally and reports changes over time.

– Allows comparisons between states and the nation.

Page 3: NAEP 2011 Mathematics and Reading Results NAEP State Coordinator Mark DeCandia.

NAEP School and Student Selection

• NAEP uses a carefully designed sampling procedure for the assessment to be representative of the geographical, racial, ethnic, and socio-economic diversity of schools and students in the state. – First, schools are selected to be representative of schools.– Then, within each chosen school students are randomly

selected to participate. Each participating student represents hundreds of other similar students.

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NAEP Administration

• NAEP is administered over a six-week period.– For 2011: January 24th – March 4th

• About 3,000 students in approximately 100 schools are selected in each state for each grade and subject. – Each student is only assessed in one subject area.– Students only take a small portion of the assessment– Accommodations are provided as necessary for students

with disabilities and English language learners.

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NAEP Results

• The results of NAEP are released as The Nation’s Report Card. – The report card provides national, state, and district-level

results, results for different demographic groups, inclusion information, and sample questions.

• NAEP Results are reported in two formats– Average Scale Scores

• Numeric scale• 0 − 500 on mathematics and reading assessments• Scores cannot be compared across content areas

– Achievement Levels• Categorical scale• Below Basic, Basic, Proficient, Advanced

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2011 RESULTS

Nation’s Report Card (NAEP)

MathematicsGrades 4 & 8

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Math 4th Grade Average Scale Scores Over Time

2003 2005 2007 2009 2011222

224

226

228

230

232

234

236

238

240

242

234

237

239 239240

229

231

235

239

241

National PublicKentucky

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant.

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During 2011 - 4th Grade Math Students in 9 states/jurisdictions score higher than in 2009, and students in 1 state score lower

1 Department of Defense Education Activity (overseas and domestic schools).

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Math 4th Grade 2011 Achievement Levels

National Public Kentucky

18 15

82 85

40 39

6 5

% At Advanced% At or Above Pro-ficient% At or Above Basic% Below Basic

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant. Percentages might not sum to 100 due to rounding.

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Math 4th Grade Score Gap Comparison: NSLP Not Eligible and Eligible

2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011200

210

220

230

240

250

260

244248 249 250 252

237240

245249 251

222225 227 228 229

220224 226

229232

2322 22 22 23

1716

1920

19

Not Eligible Eligible

National Public Kentucky

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant.

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2007 – 2011 Exclusion Rates of SD and/or ELL – Math Grade 4

Kentucky’sExclusion Rate

Nation’s Exclusion Rate

2007 2009 2011 2007 2009 2011Percentage 3* 3* 3 3* 2* 2

In 2011, 39 states and jurisdictions had lower rates of exclusion than Kentucky's rate.

In 2011, 6 states had higher rates

In 2011, 7 states had equal rate * Rates are rounded to nearest percentage

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Grade 8 Mathematics

Results

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Math 8th Grade Average Scale Scores Over Time

2003 2005 2007 2009 2011268

270

272

274

276

278

280

282

284

276278

280

282283

274 274

279 279282

National PublicKentucky

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant.

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During 2009 - Change in State Scores Between 2007 and 2009 for Grade 8 Math

• Scores increase since 2007 in 15 states, and no states decline

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During 2011 - 8th Math Grade Students in 13 states/jurisdictions score higher than in 2009, and students in 1 state score lower

1 Department of Defense Education Activity (overseas and domestic schools).

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Math 8th Grade 2011 Achievement Levels

National Public Kentucky

28 28

72 72

34 31

8 6

% At Advanced% At or Above Pro-ficient% At or Above Basic% Below Basic

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant. Percentages might not sum to 100 due to rounding.

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Math 8th Grade Score Gap Comparison: NSLP Not Eligible and Eligible

2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011230

240

250

260

270

280

290

300

287 288291 293 295

284 283288 290

294

258261

265 266 269

261264

267 268271

28 2726 27 26

23 1921 22

23

Not Eligible Eligible

National Public Kentucky

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant.

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2011 Math Exclusion Rates of SD and/or ELL – Grade 8

KentuckyExclusion Rate

NationExclusion Rate

2007 2009 2011 2007 2009 2011Percentage 7* 5* 3 4* 3* 3

In 2011, 31 states and jurisdictions had lower rates of exclusion than Kentucky's rate.

In 2011, 12 states had higher rates.

In 2011, 9 states had equal rate. * Rates are rounded to nearest percentage

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2011 RESULTS

Nation’s Report Card (NAEP)

READINGGrades 4 & 8

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Reading 4th Grade Average Scale Scores Over Time

2003 2005 2007 2009 2011210

212

214

216

218

220

222

224

226

228

216217

220 220 220219

220

222

226225

National PublicKentucky

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant.

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During 2009 - Scores increase since 2007 in 3 states and decrease in 4 states

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During 2011 - 4th Grade Reading Students in 4 states score higher than in 2009, and students in 2 states score lower

1 Department of Defense Education Activity (overseas and domestic schools).

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Reading 4th Grade2011 Achievement Levels

National Public Kentucky

34 28

66 72

32 35

7 8

% At Advanced% At or Above Pro-ficient% At or Above Basic% Below Basic

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant. Percentages might not sum to 100 due to rounding.

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Reading 4th GradeScore Gap Comparison:NSLP Not Eligible and Eligible

2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011180

190

200

210

220

230

240

229 230 232 232 234229 228

234 236 236

201 203 205 206 207 209212 212

215 21628 27 27 26 27 20 1622

21 20

Not Eligible Eligible

National Public Kentucky

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant.

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2009 – 2011 Exclusion Rates of SD/ELL – Reading Grade 4

KentuckyExclusion Rate

Nation Exclusion Rate

2009 2011 2009 2011Percentage 8* 9* 5* 4*

In 2011, 48 states and jurisdictions had lower rates of exclusion than Kentucky's rate.

In 2011, 2 states had higher rates

In 2011, 1 state had equal rate * Rates are rounded to nearest percentage

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Grade 8 ReadingResults

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Reading 8th GradeAverage Scale Scores Over Time

2003 2005 2007 2009 2011256

258

260

262

264

266

268

270

261260

261

262

264

266

264

262

267

269

National PublicKentucky

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant.

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During 2009 – 8th Grade Reading Scores increase since 2007 in 9 states, and no states decline

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During 2011 - 8th Grade Reading Students in 10 states score higher than in 2009, and no states score lower

1 Department of Defense Education Activity (overseas and domestic schools).

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Reading 8th Grade 2011 Achievement Levels

National Public Kentucky

25 21

75 79

32 36

3 3

% Advanced% Proficient% Basic% Below Basic

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant. Percentages might not sum to 100 due to rounding.

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Reading 8th Grade Score Gap Comparison: NSLP Not Eligible and Eligible

2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011220

230

240

250

260

270

280

290

271 270 271 273 275 273 271 271276 278

246 247 247 249251

257 256252

25726025 23 24 24 23 16 15 19

19 18

Not Eligible Eligible

National Public Kentucky

NOTE: Observed differences are not necessarily statistically significant.

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2011 Reading Exclusion Rates of SD and/or ELL – Grade 8

KentuckyExclusion Rate

NationExclusion Rate

2009 2011 2009 2011Percentage 7* 7* 4* 3*

In 2011, 48 states and jurisdictions had lower rates of exclusion than Kentucky's rate.

In 2011, 2 states had higher rates.

In 2011, 1 state had equal rate. * Rates are rounded to nearest percentage

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For more information

http://nationsreportcard.govThanks for learning about Kentucky’s

NAEP data on our Nation’s Report Card!


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