NAEP is governed by the National Assessment Governing Board (NAGB) and is conducted by the National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) which is part of the U.S. Department of Education. Results are confidential. The names of the students who participate in NAEP never leave the school. Thus, results are not reported in terms of individual students. In New Hampshire results are only reported for the state as a whole or as part of the national results.
Results from NAEP are publicly available through NCES. The NAEP Data Explorer (NDE) allows the public to analyze results at the national (grades 4, 8, and 12) and state (grades 4 and 8) level with disaggregated achievement estimates being provided based on gender, race/ethnicity, socio-economic status, limited English proficiency and several other factors. This level of reporting is made possible through sophisticated student/school sampling techniques used by NCES/NAGB to represent the nation as a whole and individual states.
The administration of NAEP is made possible through a collaborative effort between the federal government, the state, individual school districts, and schools. Each state has a designated NAEP coordinator who assists the federal government in the identification of schools and who facilitates communication between the federal government and the schools.
|2011 Assessment Snapshot
A comparison of New Hampshire Students with the Nation and Surrounding States (includes information for NAEP, NECAP, SAT, ACT, and AP) July 13, 2011
|2011 Results and Information||About NAEP|
|2009 Results and Information||Frequently Asked Questions|
|2007 Results and Information||Inclusion and Accommodations|
|2005 Results and Information||Notices|
|2003 Results and Information||Superintendents Briefing March 30, 2012|
Gail J Taylor
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