The 2022 Nation’s Report Card shows how deeply the pandemic impacted student learning, worsening pre-pandemic trends of growing gaps between higher- and lower-performing students.
These results matter: 25% of 4th graders performed below NAEP Basic in math, meaning students likely lack critical skills such as locating whole numbers on a number line; and 30% of 8th graders performed below NAEP Basic in reading, meaning students likely cannot identify basic literary elements such as the order of events, character traits, and main idea.
Join our webinar with the Governing Board on November 15 at 8:00 p.m. ET for a working session on how state and local PTAs can use and understand the Nation’s Report Card. In order to come prepared, we’re assigning homework: Please review your state’s report card (or TUDA report card if you’re in one of the large cities that volunteers to participate) and identify the result that is most urgent in your state. Come with questions about how to share this data most effectively with your stakeholders. This webinar will be recorded and shared following the event, but we encourage everyone who can to join us live to get their questions answered and ideas heard directly by NAGB.
National PTA & the National Assessment Governing Board (NAGB)
2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP): The Nation’s Report Card
Tuesday, November 15th 8-9pm EST
National PTA Responds to Results from National Assessment of Educational Progress
8:00pm – Welcome/Opening Remarks (National PTA President Anna King)
8:05pm – 2022 Nationwide Findings & How to Utilize the Data for Your State (NAGB, Julia Rafal-Baer and Lesley Muldoon)
8:20pm – Tools & Resources from the Education Recovery Scorecard (Tom Kane, Center for Education Policy Research)
8:35pm – Discussion, Questions & Additional Resources Needed for PTA Leaders
8:55pm – Final Thoughts & Next Steps
9:00pm – Adjourn