Here.  An excerpt:

The nation’s fourth- and eighth-graders made incremental progress on math and reading tests administered earlier this year by the federal government, according to data released Thursday.

The results detail performance in 2013 on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, or NAEP, that U.S. students have taken every two years since the early 1990s. The test, also known as the Nation’s Report Card, is the country’s most consistent measure of K-12 academic progress.

This, of course, is in contrast to State of Education for Native Students.

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