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      *  Demographics
      * Definitions
      * Summary:
           2003-2004
           2004-2005
           2005-2006
           2006-2007
           2007-2008
           2008-2009
           2009-2010
           2010-2011
           2011-2012
           2012-2013
     
* Comparative Perf.
& Fiscal System
     
Achievement
Performance
Level Reports
      Reading
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged

      * Students with
Disabilities

      * English
Language Learners
      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      Math
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * English
Language Learners

      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      Science
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * English
Language Learners
      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      History - Govt.
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * English
Language Learners
      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      Writing
      * All Students
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * English
Language Learners
      * Migrant Students
      * Gender

      Additional
Academic
Indicators
      * Attendance Rate
      * Graduation Rate
      * Dropout Rate

      Accountability
      * AMO Reports
      * Teacher Quality
      * Title I Schools
      * 2011-12 District
IDEA State Perf. Plan
     
      Other Results
      * ACT Scores
      * NAEP State Results
      * College & Career
Ready


      Student
Demographics
      * Enrollment
      * Race/Ethnicity
      * Economically
Disadvantaged
      * Migrant
      * ELL
      * Students with
Disabilities
      * Gender

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is commonly known as the Nation’s Report Card. It is the only nationally representative and continuing assessment of what America’s students know and can do in various subject areas. NAEP provides a common yardstick for measuring the progress of students’ education across the country. While each state has its own unique assessment, NAEP asks the same questions in every state – making state comparisons possible. NAEP results are based on representative samples of students. Scores for individual students or schools are not available.

NCLB requires all states that receive Title I funds to participate in NAEP reading and mathematics assessments at fourth and eighth grades. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) in the U.S. Department of Education is responsible by law for carrying out the NAEP project. The National Assessment Governing Board, appointed by the Secretary of Education, sets policy for NAEP and is responsible for developing the framework and test specifications that serve as the blueprint for the assessments. The NAEP assessment operations are carried out with the assistance from contractors.

State NAEP is administered in reading and mathematics during the spring semester of odd number years. The most current NAEP data released from NCES is NAEP 2013.

2013 Kansas State Results
2011 Kansas State Results
2009 Kansas State Results
2007 Kansas State Results
Comparison of NAEP and Kansas assessment