NAEP assessments follow the subject area frameworks developed by the National Assessment Governing Board (NAGB) and use the latest advances in assessment methodology. NAEP assessments include multiple-choice and constructed-response questions. NAEP does not report scores for individual students or schools. NAEP bases its results on a sample of students and provides data at the state and national level. NAEP is administered between late January and early March of each year. Through the passage of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 states and districts receiving Title 1 funds are required to participate in state NAEP in reading and mathematics at grades 4 and 8 every two years. State participation in other state NAEP subjects (science and writing) remains voluntary.
Kentucky Profile on NCES site
Report on NAEP Mathematics and Reading Scores (The Nation's Report Card)
National Assessment Governing Board sets policy for the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), commonly known as The Nation’s Report Card.
Kentucky Profile Performance on NAEP
Kentucky NAEP Outreach Exhibit Program on Facebook
Full Reports for Grades 4 & 8
2013 KY NAEP Math Report
2013 KY NAEP Reading Report
Snapshot Reports for Grades 4 & 8
Grade 4 2013 KY NAEP Math
Grade 4 2013 KY NAEP Reading
Grade 8 2013 KY NAEP Math
2011 Kentucky NAEP Math2011 Kentucky NAEP (Grade 4 and 8) Math Results for the Nation’s Report Card.