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New Research: Is the U.S. Still Educating a Nation of Inventors?

Abraham Lincoln is said to have joked that an American baby will examine its own cradle and suggest improvements. The story is probably apocryphal, but it aptly conveys an enduring…

 

  November 25, 2019

  Blog Post

  K-12

  Unassigned

  Assessment

Accelerating Gains in K-12 Engineering Education

This Policy Brief presents Education Commission of the States’ analysis of results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress in Technology and Engineering Literacy and the questionnaires that accompany it….

 

  November 20, 2019

  Policy Report

  K-12

  AK, CA, IA, KY, MA, MI

  Assessment, ESSA, Standards & Curriculum, STEM/STEAM

New Data: Who Is Taking Art Classes?

News that the National Assessment of Educational Progress in the arts would fall victim to budget constraints raised a collective groan from the nation’s arts advocates earlier this year. Many…

 

  November 11, 2019

  Blog Post

  K-12

  Unassigned

  Arts

What Can We Learn From NAEP?

Mississippi and the District of Columbia, our nation turns its lonely eyes to you. The Magnolia State and the nation’s capital were the only jurisdictions to see significant improvements in…

 

  November 4, 2019

  Blog Post

  K-12

  Unassigned

  Accountability, Assessment

New Data: Who Plays Instruments Outside of School?

Buried deep within student surveys accompanying the 2017 Nation’s Report Card in mathematics is something unexpected: a question about music. You can thank the drafters of those surveys for a…

 

  May 2, 2019

  Blog Post

  Unassigned

  Unassigned

  Unassigned