A discussion of Assessing the Nation’s Report Card: Challenges and Choices for NAEP, authored by veteran education participant/analyst Chester E. Finn, Jr., examines the history of the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP). It’s a revealing look at the country’s most influential source of data on K–12 achievement: how it came to be, what’s pushing it today, and what it must do tomorrow..Dr Finn is President Emeritus of The Thomas Fordham Institute, former US Ass’t Secretary of Education, and a Sr. Fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution.
FYI, here’s an interesting article by Dr Finn: https://www.nationalaffairs.com/publications/detail/the-end-of-school-reform
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