Educational Progress) is the largest nationally representative assessment of what America's students know and can do. NAEP provides a common "yardstick" for measuring the progress of students' education across the country. The assessment reports information on student performance for the nation, states, and in some cases, urban districts in a variety of subject areas. Our students will be assessed in Civics, Geography and U. S. History. The results of NAEP are released as The Nation's Report Card. There are no results for individual students, classrooms or schools.The test will begin at 9:15. Seniors will be tested in the LGI and in Room 217. Letters were sent home last week to parents. Students will be receiving a letter this weekend about the assessment and the location of their specific test.