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NAEP Results for Students with Disabilities :: National
2022-2019

NAEP Results for Students with Disabilities by State ::
2019 vs. 2022

NAEP Results for Students with Disabilities by Race/Ethnicity :: National 2022

NAEP Results for Students with Disabilities :: National
2019-2017-2015

NAEP Results for Students with Disabilities :: by State
2017-2015-2013

2022 NAEP Results for Students with Disabilities :: Rank-ordered by State

2019 NAEP Results for Students with Disabilities :: Rank-ordered by State

2017 NAEP Results for Students with Disabilities :: Rank-ordered by State

 
 

NAEP and Students with Disabilities

2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

Results of the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in mathematics and reading were released October 29, 2019.

NAEP mathematics and reading assessments are given every two years to a nationally representative sample of students in fourth and eighth grades. NAEP provides an important comparison across states and between student groups (e.g., Black students, Hispanic students, students with disabilities, English learners).

Below are the national results for students with disabilities (IEPs only) compared to students without disabilities (public schools) for the most recent 3 NAEP administrations (2019, 2017, 2015).

In 2019 performance in math at grades 4 and 8 was unchanged while performance in reading at grades 4 and 8 worsened.

Results by state for 2019 are available here.


MATH GRADE 4

Math Grade 4 2019

 

MATH GRADE 8

Math Grade 8 2019

 

READING GRADE 4

Reading Grade 4 2019

 

READING GRADE 8

Reading Grade 8 2019

Source: www.nationsreportcard.gov

 
 
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