Assessment Governing Board Defines 'College Prepared'
The governing board for the tests known as “the nation’s report card” has marked its own definition of what makes a student academically prepared for college.
At a meeting here this month, members of the National Assessment Governing Board, which supervises the National Assessment of Educational Progress, voted 17-2 to adopt language that will define the new “college prepared” scores in reading and mathematics on the assessment.
The language will be used for reporting in the next 12th grade NAEP, whose results will be announced in 2014. Those results will include a nationally representative sample of seniors as well as state-level results for 13 states that volunteered to give the...
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