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May 7, 2014
The overall proficiency scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in math and reading among 12 graders remained unchanged in 2013 from 2009, hovering at 26 and 38 percent, respectively. The above results were drawn from a national sample of students, with an additional 14 pilot states that produced results on a state-level […] Read more »
October 9, 2013
Poll Introduction and Methodology Click here for PDF of America’s Attitudes Towards Education Reform: Executive Summary Power and Options The American People Want Power and They Want Options. A plurality of Americans say that parents should have more power over their child’s education, including access to information and data about their child’s school. • Support […] Read more »
February 3, 2012
The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) published a document to helps parents understand and navigate online learning options available for their children. Read more »
January 26, 2012
Highlights from 2009 NAEP Math Results for 4th and 8th grade students Read more »
January 26, 2012
Breakdown of combined Reading, Writing, and Math scores by GPA, Ethnicity, and High School Rank. Read more »
January 26, 2012
Download or print your PDF copy of 2011 State-By-State National Assessment of Educational Progress Math Results Read more »
January 26, 2012
A state-by-state summary of the 2011 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) reading results Read more »
December 13, 2011
The Garden State Virtual Charter School , a proposal by New Jersey residents looking to provide more personalized learning for their children, was attacked by educrats and denizens in their little hamlet of Teaneck and beyond, for trying to do something, well, different. Read more »
December 6, 2011
This toolkit arms online learning supporters with The Facts About Digital Learning, fights common myths about online learning, and provides suggestions for Informing Your Community, Communicating with the Media. Read more »