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The Maine Assessment Dashboard provides public access to data from Maine's assessment and accountability systems, beginning with data from the 2016-17 administration of Maine Educational Assessments (MEA). Information is provided about how Maine's students performed on state assessments beginning in 2016-17 in mathematics, English language arts/literacy, and science.

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Detailed Assessment Reports for Students with Disabilities - This resource provides MEA participation and achievement data at the State, SAU, and school levels for students with disabilities in accordance with 34 CFR 300.160(f).

MEA Achievement Level Descriptors and Score Ranges (PDF)

The MAARS Confidential Site provides confidential access to detailed information about how students performed on state assessments in mathematics, English language arts/literacy, and science. For English learners, data are also reported for annual assessments of English language proficiency. Access to this confidential student data is controlled by District Assessment Coordinators (DACs) in accordance with the requirements of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). DACs may reference the MAARS User Management Guide Version 1.1(PDF, 767KB) for instructions on establishing user permissions for this site.

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MEA Achievement Level Descriptors and Score Ranges (PDF)

DAC roles / MAARS User Management Webinar

Fall 2018 DAC Roles/MAARS User Management Webinar slide deck (PDF)

The Maine Department of Education is currently developing a new reporting environment to serve as a Data Warehouse for current and future data. The new Data Warehouse will allowusers to asses Maine school performance data and make comparisons to other schools, districts, and the entire state. It will also contain data on school spending, Maine student populations, and staff members working in Maine schools.

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The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), first administered in 1969, is the largest continuing and nationally representative assessment of what US students know and can do in subjects such as mathematics, reading, science, and writing. Standard administration practices are implemented to provide a common measure of student achievement.

Teachers, principals, parents, policymakers, and researchers all use NAEP results to assess progress and develop ways to improve education in the United States. The results of NAEP are released as The National Report Card, and are available for the nation, states, and in some cases, urban districts.

NAEP is a congressionally mandated project administered by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), within the U.S. Department of Education and the Institute of Education Sciences (IES).

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