From 1990 to 2007, eighth-grade math scores rose 18 points, a rate of 1 .06 NAEP points per year. ... The 52- point gap on TIMSS between the U.S. and the cutscore for proficiency converts to 22.13 NAEP points (52/2 .35), and the 101- point gap with Singapore converts to 42.98 NAEP points ... 10 Liz Bowie, aquot;Md., U.S. Testing Results Clash; Efforts to Evaluate Student Progress in Reading. ... 1 7 Anthony Byrk, Valerie Lee, and Peter Holland, Catholu Schools and the Common Good.
|Title||:||The Brown Center Report on American Education|