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Coming February 21: The Nation's Report Card 2011 Mega-States


Watch the live release of the results at 12:00 p.m. ET

On February 21, 2013, NCES Commissioner Jack Buckley will discuss grade 4 and 8 results for the five largest states—California, Florida, Illinois, New York, and Texas—from the 2011 NAEP reading, mathematics, and science assessments during a live webinar at 12:00 p.m. ET. Commissioner Buckley and a panel of experts will answer your questions after their remarks. Viewers can submit questions throughout the presentation. The webinar is open to all, but viewers must register in advance to receive their unique log-in IDs to join the presentation.

To register for the webcast:

  1. Visit http://www.nagb.org/mega-states
  2. Click the Register button.
  3. Fill out the required information.
  4. Watch for an email containing your unique URL for the event.

The URL you will receive in your email will allow access for only one user. If your colleagues would like to log into the presentation separately, they will need to register for their own unique links.

Follow NAEP on Twitter or Facebook for more release details.

What will be released?

This 2011 Mega States Report Card will present results in reading, mathematics, and science from students in grades 4 and 8. 

Results will be presented in the following materials, available at 12:00 p.m. on February 21:

  • The Nation's Report Card website: http://nationsreportcard.gov
  • PDF versions of the report, available on The Nation's Report Card website
  • Previously-released questions from the reading, mathematics, and science assessments in the NAEP Questions Tool
  • Full data that can be analyzed across all available variables in the NAEP Data Explorer

Get ready for the release by learning more about the reading, mathematics, and science assessments themselves.


Last updated 05 February 2013 (TO)
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