The state of Michigan participates in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), which is the largest continuing and nationally representative assessment of what our nation's students know and can do in subjects such as mathematics, reading, science, and writing. The results of NAEP are released as The Nation's Report Card, and are available for the nation, states, and in some cases, urban districts to assess progress and develop ways to improve education. A NAEP Frequently Asked Questions will provide you with some additional basic information about how NAEP works.
Brian Lloyd, MA, Ed.S.
Michigan NAEP State Coordinator
- A Summary of Both National and State Results are Available on the Nation's Report Card
- NAEP - Interactive Assessment Accommodations Summary Table
These interactive accommodations tables allow you to investigate what accommodations for
the state assessments are standard, nonstandard, universal/local decision, or approved by ACT.
- Michigan School Code Requirements for NAEP Participation
Excerpt from Revised School Code of the State of Michigan
- The Federal National Assessment of Educational Progress Authorization Act