Gov. Glenn Youngkin delivers remarks after release of 2022 NAEP scores Monday, Oct. 24 at the Patrick Henry Building at the State Capitol. “The NAEP results are another loud wake-up call,” he said. “Our nation’s children have experienced catastrophic learning loss, and Virginia’s students are among the hardest hit.”
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Gov. Youngkin blames low NAEP scores on former Va. leaders
The 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results, released this week, show that for the first time in 30 years, Virginia’s fourth-grade students have fallen below the national average in reading and are barely above the national average in math.