Smarter Balanced results are in

Nov 13, 2015

On November 12 the New Hampshire Department of Education released the 2015 results for the Smarter Balanced Assessment, the national test associated with the Common Core curriculum.

New Hampshire students scored above the national average in every grade and subject tested.

The results suggest there is still room for improvement in math education, however. New Hampshire 11th graders scored just above the national average, for example.

NH students get high scores

Nov 02, 2015

New Hampshire students received some of the highest scores for math and reading on the 2015 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).

The NAEP has been given to fourth and eighth grade students since 1969.  The federal government requires the assessment to track overall student progress, and students do not receive individual scores.  The NAEP is unrelated to the Smarter Balanced Assessment associated with Common Core.

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