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NAEP Results of Students with Disabilities :: Nationwide
2017-2015-2013

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

2017 NAEP Results of Students with Disabilities by Achievement Level by State

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

2017 NAEP Results of Students with Disabilities :: Nationwide by Race/Ethnicity

 
 

NAEP and Students with Disabilities

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

The 2017 achievement of students with disabilities showed no improvement over 2015 (except 8th grade reading showed a slight improvement). In fact, the majority of students with disabilities performed in the “below basic” achievement level in all 4 areas (mathematics and reading, 4th and 8th grade). The gaps between students with disabilities and those without disabilities continue to be substantial.

Below are the nationwide results for students with disabilities (students with IEPs) compared to students without disabilities (public schools) for the most recent 3 NAEP administrations (2013, 2015, 2017). Results by state are available here.

MATH GRADE 4

Math Grade 4 2013-15-17

 

MATH GRADE 8

Math Grade 8 2013-15-17

 

READING GRADE 4

Reading Grade 4 2013-15-17

 

READING GRADE 8

Reading Grade 8 2013-15-17

Source: www.nationsreportcard.gov

 

 

 

 
 
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