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State/jurisdiction

Number assessed Weighted percentage excluded

Nation (public)

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas



155,400

2,700


2,500

2,800


2,700

4

2

2



3

2




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The Nation's Report Card 2009 State Assessment

Number of eighth-grade public school students assessed in NAEP reading and weighted percentage excluded, by state/jurisdiction: 2009





California

7,200

2

Colorado

2,800

3

Connecticut

2,800

3

Delaware

2,800

5

Florida

4,200

4

Georgia

3,500

4

Hawaii

2,900

2

Idaho

3,000

2

Illinois

4,100

4

Indiana

2,700


5

Iowa

2,600

4

Kansas

2,700

5

Kentucky

3,500

7

Louisiana

2,600

2

Maine

2,700

4

Maryland

3,200

9

Massachusetts

3,600

5

Michigan

3,300

4

Minnesota

2,900

3

Mississippi

2,800

2

Missouri

2,700


3

Montana

2,600

4

Nebraska

2,600

6

Nevada

2,900

3

New Hampshire

2,500

4

New Jersey

2,700

7

New Mexico

2,500

6

New York

3,700

7

North Carolina

4,500

2

North Dakota

2,100

8

Ohio

3,400

7

Oklahoma


2,700

5

Oregon

2,900

3

Pennsylvania

3,500

3

Rhode Island

2,700

3

South Carolina

2,700

6

South Dakota

2,800

4

Tennessee

2,800

7

Texas

5,700

5

Utah

2,800

5

Vermont

2,900

3

Virginia

2,800

4


Washington

2,800

3

West Virginia

2,900

2

Wisconsin

3,400

5

Wyoming

1,900

3

Other jurisdictions







District of Columbia

1,600

12

DoDEA1

1,600

4

1 Department of Defense Education Activity schools (domestic and overseas).

NOTE: The number of students assessed is rounded to the nearest hundred.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, National Assessment of

Educational Progress (NAEP), 2009 Reading Assessment.

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NAEP 2009 Reading Report for Massachusetts (Embargoed)

Where to Find More Information
The NAEP Reading Assessment

The latest news about the NAEP 2009 reading assessment and the national results can be found on the NAEP

website at http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/reading/results/. The individual snapshot reports for each participating state and other jurisdictions are also available in the state results section of the website at

http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/states/.
The Nation's Report Card: Reading 2009 may be ordered or downloaded at the NAEP website.
The R
eading Framework for the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress, on which this assessment is based, is available at the National Assessment Governing Board website at http://www.nagb.org/publications/frameworks/reading09.pdf

The NAEP Data Explorer (NDE)

The interactive database at http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/naepdata/ includes student, teacher, and school variables for all participating states and other jurisdictions, the nation, and the four regions. Data tables are also available for each jurisdiction, with all background questions cross-tabulated with the major demographic variables. Users can design and create tables and can perform tests of statistical significance at this website.

Technical Documentation on the Web (TDW)

Technical documentation section of the NAEP website http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/tdw/ contains information about the technical procedures and methods of NAEP. The TDW site is organized by topic (from Item Development through Analysis and Scaling) with subtopics, including information specific to a particular assessment. The content is written for researchers and assumes knowledge of educational measurement and testing.


Publications on the inclusion of students with disabilities and English language learners

References for a variety of research publications related to the assessment of students with special needs may be found at http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/about/inclusion.asp#research.


To order publications

Recent NAEP publications related to reading are listed on the reading page of the NAEP website and are available electronically. Publications can also be ordered from


Education Publications Center (ED Pubs) U.S. Department of Education

P.O. Box 22207

Alexandria, VA 22304
Call toll free: 1-877-4ED-Pubs (1-877-433-7827) TTY/TDD: 1-877-576-7734

FAX: 1-301-470-1244



Order online at: http://www.edpubs.gov.

The NAEP State Report Generator was developed for the NAEP 2009 reports by Phillip Leung, Bobby Rampey, Rebecca Moran, Patricia Donahue, Rick Hasney, and Ming Kuang.

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NAEP 2009 Reading Report for Massachusetts (Embargoed)
What is the Nation's Report CardTM?
The Nation's Report Cardâ„¢ informs the public about the academic achievement of elementary and secondary students in the United States. Report cards communicate the findings of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), a continuing and nationally representative measure of achievement in various subjects over time.
Since 1969, NAEP assessments have been conducted periodically in reading, mathematics, science, writing, U.S. history, civics, geography, and other subjects. NAEP collects and reports information on student performance at the national, state, and local levels, making the assessment an integral part of our nation's evaluation of the condition and progress of education. Only academic achievement data and related background information are collected. The privacy of individual students and their families is protected.
NAEP is a congressionally authorized project of the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) within the Institute of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education. The Commissioner of Education Statistics is responsible for carrying out the NAEP project. The National Assessment Governing Board oversees and sets policy for NAEP.
U.S. Department of Education



Arne Duncan

Secretary

U.S. Department of Education

John Q. Easton

Director Institute of Education Sciences



Stuart Kerachsky Deputy Commissioner National Center for Education Statistics

Peggy Carr

Associate Commissioner National Center for Education Statistics


Honorable David P. Driscoll, Chair Former Commissioner of Education Melrose, Massachusetts

Amanda P. Avallone, Vice Chair Assistant Principal and Eighth-Grade Teacher

Summit Middle School

Boulder, Colorado

David J. Alukonis Former Chairman Hudson School Board

Hudson, New Hampshire



Carol A. D'Amico

President and Chief Executive Officer

Conexus Indiana

Indianapolis, Indiana



Louis M. Fabrizio

Director, Accountability Policy and

Communications

North Carolina Department of Public

Instruction

Raleigh, North Carolina



Honorable Anitere Flores

Member


Florida House of Representatives

Miami, Florida



Alan J. Friedman

Consultant

Museum Development and Science

Communication

New York, New York

David W. Gordon

County Superintendent of Schools Sacramento County Office of Education Sacramento, California


Doris R. Hicks

Principal and Chief Executive Officer

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Charter School for Science and Technology

New Orleans, Louisiana


Kathi M. King

Twelfth-Grade Teacher Messalonskee High School Oakland, Maine



Kim Kozbial-Hess

Fourth-Grade Teacher and Educational Technology Trainer Toledo, Ohio



Henry Kranendonk Mathematics Consultant Milwaukee Public Schools Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Tonya Miles

Chief Departmental Administrator Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

Mitchellville, Maryland

Honorable Steven L. Paine

State Superintendent of Schools

West Virginia Department of Education

Charleston, West Virginia



Honorable Sonny Perdue Governor of Georgia Atlanta, Georgia

Susan Pimentel Educational Consultant Hanover, New Hampshire

W. James Popham

Professor Emeritus

Graduate School of Education and

Information Studies

University of California, Los Angeles

Wilsonville, Oregon



Andrew C. Porter

Dean


Graduate School of Education University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Warren T. Smith

Vice President

Washington State Board of Education

Olympia, Washington



Mary Frances Taymans, SND

Executive Director

Secondary Schools Department

National Catholic Educational Association

Washington, D.C.

Oscar A. Troncoso

Principal

Anthony High School

Anthony Independent School District

Anthony, Texas

Honorable Leticia Van de Putte

Senator


Texas State Senate

San Antonio, Texas



Eileen L. Weiser

General Public Representative

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Darvin M. Winick

President

Winick & Associates

Austin, Texas

John Q. Easton (Ex officio)

Director


Institute of Education Sciences U.S. Department of Education Washington, D.C.

Cornelia S. Orr

Executive Director

National Assessment Governing Board

Washington, D.C.




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