National Assessment of Educational Progress
The Nations' Report Card Web Site
NAEP's main Web site provides information on current NAEP activities as well as access to NAEP results, released test items, and NAEP-related publications.
- State Profiles
The State Profiles page provides information on each state's school and student population, as well as a history of NAEP results for each state.
- NAEP Data Explorer (NDE)
The NDE is a database that permits access to national and state-level NAEP results. This tool allows the user to produce data tables and to create graphics based on national, state, and district-level NAEP results.
- The NAEP Questions Tool
The Questions Tool provides the user access to released items from NAEP tests, as well as sample student responses and scoring guides.
- NAEP Demonstration Booklets
Demonstration booklets give educators, students, parents, and others an indication of what the NAEP assessments will look like. The booklets contain sample instructions, test questions, student responses, and background questions.
National Assessment Governing Board (NAGB)
NAGB is a 26-member independent board created by the U.S. Congress in 1998 to set policy for NAEP. NAGB's web site contains the NAEP Assessment Frameworks and NAEP Achievement Level Reports, both of which are accessible by selecting "Publications" in the left-hand margin.
MyNAEP Web Site
The MyNAEP Web Site is a restricted-use Web site for schools chosen to participate in NAEP. This Web site enables schools to access specific details about the NAEP assessments and to submit the lists of students from which NAEP will sample. Selected schools receive passwords to access this site in the fall of the school year in which they will participate in NAEP.
The U.S. Department of Education produced the following videos to help schools, teachers, and students develop a better understanding of NAEP:
- Five-minute videos for teachers of
- A five-minute video for students to help them understand why NAEP is important