100% NAEP Ready - Delaware 2017
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as the Nation’s Report Card, will be administered this school year to students across the country in grades 4 and 8. Approximately 15,000 students in Delaware will take the 120-minute reading and math test between January 30 and March 10, 2017.
NAEP is the largest nationally representative and continuing assessment of what America's students know and can do in various subject areas. Paper-and-pencil assessments are conducted periodically in mathematics, reading, science, writing, the arts, civics, economics, geography, U.S. history and in Technology and Engineering Literacy (TEL).
Beginning in 2017, NAEP will begin administering digitally based assessments (DBA) with additional subjects added in 2018 and 2019.Congratulations to all the Delaware schools who have earned the title of being 100% NAEP Ready in 2017 . These schools will receive a banner in January to celebrate the efforts and hard work of their students and educators:
- Appoquinimink School District
- Silver Lake Elementary
- Brandywine School District
- Forwood Elementary
- Cape Henlopen School District
- Shields (Richard A.) Elementary
- Mariner Middle
- Capital School District
- East Dover Elementary
- Fairview Elementary
- North Dover Elementary
- South Dover Elementary
- Towne Point Elementary
- Christina School District
- Brookside Elementary
- Elbert-Palmer Elementary
- Keene Elementary
- Leasure Elementary
- Marshall Elementary
- Oberle Elementary
- Pulaski Elementary
- Shue-Medill Middle
- Smith Elementary
- Stubbs Elementary
- Colonial School District
- Gunning Bedford Middle
- Wilbur Elementary
- Indian River School District
- Carver Educational Center
- John M. Clayton Elementary
- East Millsboro Elementary
- Georgetown Elementary
- Long Neck Elementary
- Lord Baltimore Elementary
- Millsboro Middle School
- North Georgetown Elementary
- Selbyville Middle
- Showell Elementary
- Southern Delaware School of the Arts
- Milford School District
- Banneker Elementary
- Mispillion Elementary
- Lulu M. Ross Elementary
- Red Clay Consolidated School District
- Austin D. Baltz Elementary
- Heritage Elementary
- North Star Elementary
- Richey Elementary
- Stanton Middle
- Seaford School District
- Frederick Douglass Elementary
- Smyrna School District
- Clayton Elementary
- North Smyrna Elementary
- Smyrna Elementary
- Woodbridge School District
- Woodbridge Middle
- Charter Schools
- Las Americas Aspira Academy
- Family Foundations Academy
- Odyssey Charter
- Providence Creek Academy
To reinforce the importance of NAEP in Delaware schools, the Delaware Department of Education is announcing a new banner award: 100% NAEP Ready - Delaware 2017 . New this year, students in NAEP participating schools are eligible to demonstrate their vested commitment to success in NAEP by taking online NAEP sample tests in both Reading and Mathematics.
- NAEP Overview
Includes a general overview, information for educators and families, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and more.
- 2019 NAEP in Your School Grades 4 and 8 Math, Reading, and Science Final 508
- 2019 NAEP in Your School Grades 4 and 8 Math and Reading Final 508
- 2019 NAEP in Your School Grade 12 Final 508
- 2019 NAEP Facts for Principals
- 2019 NAEP Facts for Districts
- Delaware NAEP Results
Results from 2005 to 2014. Includes Delaware and the nation.
- 2017 NAEP Schools and Test Dates
- NAEP Sample Test
Students enter their student test ID (provided to each school's NAEP Coordinator) to retrieve the test
- Schools that receive 100% participation in the NAEP sample tests will receive a 6 foot by 3.5 foot display banner and recognition for being ‘100% NAEP Ready – Delaware 2017.’
- Schools will be presented the banners by the Delaware Department of Education and featured in Department communications.
- 2017 NAEP Letter to School Coordinators
- NAEP Videos
- F or Teachers: Why is NAEP important?
- For Students: Know why you’re here?
- For PLCs: 2015 NAEP Scores
- CCSS-Aligned NAEP Warm-Ups
Provides 75 Common Core-aligned questions for each grade to begin familiarizing students with NAEP test items. Highlights questions that are most-often missed by students taking NAEP.
- 2017 NAEP Standards Alignment Guide
Aligns each warm-up question to a Common Core standard.
- Answer Key / Sample student responses - Available in Schoology
- Sample Family Letter - Available in Schoology
Offers a template for school leaders to provide families more information on NAEP testing. Explains why students should participate in NAEP and clarifies possible misconceptions. Schools may edit for use.
- Sample Student Letter - Available in Schoology
Written by a Delaware student for Delaware students who may participate in NAEP. Explains why students should try their best and offers clarification and additional supports. Schools may use the letter in its entirety - to include the current student name - or personalize for their own school or district.
- NAEP Fact Sheets
- 2011 NAEP Mathematics Study
Special study in mathematics and science for selected grade 8 students to link the NAEP scale to the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) scale so that states could compare the performance of their students with that of students in other countries. The study was conducted in 2011 with eighth-grade students in all 52 states/jurisdictions that participated in the NAEP mathematics and science assessments.