NAEP allows national comparison of students for first time

11/13/2003 | USA Today · Detroit News, The

Both fourth- and eighth-graders scored higher on the math portion of this year's National Assessment of Educational Progress test, but two out of three still did not meet the government's benchmark for math achievement. Reading scores remained virtually flat compared with last year, data show. The results for the first time will cover math and reading achievement by fourth- and eighth-grade students in all fifty states.

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