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National Assessment of Educational Progress Results - Archive

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Sasha Cuerda

Total number of students tested, all scores, per subgroup

National Assessment of Educational Progress Results reports the percentage of students scoring proficient or above on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), per subgroup.

Grade,Subject,Performance Level,Race,English Language Learner,Eligibility for Free or Reduced-price Meals,Students with Disabilities,Measure Type,Variable

All;Eligible;Not Eligible

All;English Language Learner;Not English Language Learner

NAEP, referred to as the nation's report card, measures students on their academic proficiency in reading and math. The subgroups reported are subject, race, English language learners, disabled students, and students eligible for free or reduced-price meals. NAEP is administered to a sample of students in each state bi-annually. US Department of Education collects data for Grades 4, 8, and 12 on a school year basis. This dataset reports the percent of students at each of the four Performance levels for Grade 4 and Grade 8 assessments in Math and Reading. The subject of Math was not assessed in the 2002 NAEP. Data for Reading assessment in 2000 is not available for the state of Connecticut.


Grade 4;Grade 8


Corresponding number indicator

Below Basic;At Basic;At Proficient;At Advanced

All;American Indian or Alaska Native;Asian or Pacific Islander;Black;Hispanic;Two or more races;White

US Department of Education and National Center for Education Statistics

All;Disabled;Not Disabled


The NAEP suppresses any values that do not meet its reporting standards. When applying their statistical processes, any value that is rounded to zero is also suppressed. Margins of Error that are not applicable due to the nature of the corresponding value have also been suppressed.

NAEP Results;Margins of Error