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Discussion on Measuring Socioeconomic Status at AERA
Read Improving the Measurement of Socioeconomic Status for the National Assessment of Educational Progress, a paper which was presented and discussed at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2013 Annual Meeting.
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April 15, 2013:Inside America's Math Courses
Watch Inside America's Math Courses, a video capturing parent and student reactions to findings from the Algebra I and Geometry Curricula: Results From the 2005 High School Transcript Mathematics Curriculum Study.
March 25, 2013:Webcast of the Math Curriculum Study Release
View the archived webcast about the assessment results.
March 25, 2013:Algebra I and Geometry Curricula Report
Mega-States: An Analysis of Student Performance in the Five Most Heavily Populated States in the Nation
February 21, 2013:
The Nation's Report Card: Vocabulary Results from the 2009 & 2011 NAEP Reading Assessments
December 6, 2012: