National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

Parents of children selected to participate in any NAEP assessment must be informed before the administration of any assessment that their child may be excused from participation for any reason, is not required to finish any authorized assessment and is not required to answer any test question.  20 U.S.C. § 9622 (c)(1)(A).   20 U.S.C. § 9622 (d)(2).  

Parents and members of the public must have access to all assessment data, questions and complete and current assessment instruments of any NAEP assessment except personally identifiable information and questions that may be reused in the future.  School divisions must make reasonable efforts to inform parents and the public about their right of access to assessment data.  If access is requested in writing, it must be provided within 45 days of the request and be made available in a secure setting that is convenient to both parties.
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