education report card
Scores reflect fall 2022 testing and are compared to the same period in 2019, pre-pandemic. His math average is now the same as in 1990, but his reading average is the same as he was in 2004. The students who performed the most were the students with the lowest grades. In mathematics, their scores dropped 12-14 points, and the best-performing classmate he dropped 6 points. Reading results were similar, with a 2-fold decrease in low performers.
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latest national survey
of National Center for Education Statistics conducted the NAEP long-term trend reading and math assessments in 13-year-old students from October to December of the 2022-23 school year. Average scores for 13-year-olds decreased by 4 points in reading and 9 points in mathematics compared to the last assessment conducted during the 2019-20 school year. Compared to 10 years ago, the average score in reading is 7 points lower and in mathematics 14 points lower.
miss more school
Students who took the 2023 Long-Term Trends in Reading and Math assessment were asked how many days they had missed from school in the last month. Both subjects’ responses to questionnaire questions show a decrease in the percentage of her 13-year-old students who reported that she had 0-2 days absent in the past month compared to 2020. I’m here. Conversely, the proportion of 13-year-old students increased. Last month she reported being absent for 3-4 days and another student reporting being absent for more than 5 days. The percentage of students who reported being absent for five or more days doubled from 5% in 2020 to 10% in 2023.
Source: Department of Education, National Educational Progress Assessment, Associated Press, Edsource.org
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