Vice News (www.vice.com) is launching its first ever smartphone app for the College Board’s National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) in 2021.
The app will offer students the ability to view, download and view multiple pages of the latest NAEP data, with the ability for students to sort and filter the information by topics.
It also allows students to access more than 200 academic journals and a variety of other digital resources, such as social media, audio, video and audio books.
It will be available to the public at a later date.
“The College Board is excited to be the first publisher of its kind for students who are currently reading or listening to their textbooks, but also want to use our apps to get a full understanding of their course materials,” Vice President of Marketing and Technology Chris Nye said in a statement.
“We believe students and teachers need an accessible, fun and intuitive experience on smartphones, and we are thrilled to bring this new platform to our communities in 2021.”
More information on the app can be found here.
The College of Education is the nation’s largest and most prestigious private college.
The University of Notre Dame is also the largest Catholic institution in the U.S. with over 9,000 students.