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REPORTING DISTRICT-LEVEL NAEP DATA: SUMMARY OF A WORKSHOP References Beaton, A.E. 1992 Methodological Issues in Reporting NAEP Results at District and School Levels. Paper commissioned by the National Assessment Governing Board. DeVito, Pasquale J. 1997 The future of the National Assessment of Educational Progress from the states’ perspective. In Assessment in Transition: Monitoring the Nation’s Educational Progress. Stanford, CA: National Academy of Education. Donahue, P.L., K.E. Voelkl, J.R. Campbell, and J. Mazzeo 1999 The NAEP 1998 Reading Report Card for the Nation, NCES 1999-459. Washington DC: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, National Center for Education Statistics. Education Week 1998 Quality Counts. 17(17). Glaser, R., R. Linn, and G. Bohrnstedt 1997 Assessment in Transition: Monitoring the Nation’s Educational Progress. Stanford, CA: National Academy of Education. Haney, W., and G.F. Madaus 1991 Cautions on the future of NAEP: Arguments against using NAEP tests and data reporting below the state level. In Assessing Student Achievement in the States: Background Studies. Stanford, CA: National Academy of Education. Haertel, E.H. 1991 Reasonable inferences for the trial state NAEP given the current design: Inferences that can and cannot be made. In Assessing Student Achievement in the States: Background Studies. Stanford, CA: National Academy of Education. Hartka, L., and F. Stancavage 1994 Perspectives on the impact of the 1994 trial state assessments: State assessment directors, state mathematics specialists, and state reading specialists. In Quality

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