In the 2014-15 school year, New Hampshire began rolling out new assessments aligned to the Common Core State Standards. The new assessments are being used to gauge how well students are mastering the standards – and ultimately how ready students are for college and career education and training. In spring 2014, some schools participated in field-testing the new assessments to ensure that the new test items are free of bias and that they challenge students working at all performance levels. Between March 16, 2015. June 5, 2015 students in grades three-eight and grade eleven took the Smarter Balance Assessment Test.
|Performance Assessment Network|
|New Hampshire Alternate Assessment Programs||2011 Assessment Snapshot
A comparison of New Hampshire Students with the Nation and Surrounding States (includes information for NAEP, NECAP, SAT, ACT, and AP)
|Exemptions for NH Statewide Assessment||National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)|
|ACCESS for ELLs®||Notices|
Scott Mantie, Ph.D.
ACCESS for ELLs®
(English Language Learners)
Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM)
National Association of Educational Progress (NAEP)
|Social Studies, World Language
PSAT, SAT, ACT and AP
English Language Arts