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Are American kids happy in school? New data tells a surprising story

from The Washington Post

Do kids like school? The only way to know is to ask them, and that's the aim of surveys conducted by the National Assessment of Educational Progress, NAEP, a test known as "the nation's report card" because it is seen as the most consistent nationally representative measure of U.S. student achievement since the 1990s. The NAEP is administered every two years to groups of U.S. students in the fourth and eighth grades, and less frequently to high school students — with math and reading exams administered every two years and assessments in science, writing, the arts, civics, economics, geography, technology and engineering literacy, and U.S. history less often. more

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