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Assessment


In the 2014-15 school year, New Hampshire will begin 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.

Parents’ Guide To New English Language Arts and Mathematics Assessments in New Hampshire

Performance Assessment Network
2011 Assessment Snapshot PowerPoint
A comparison of New Hampshire Students with the Nation and Surrounding States (includes information for NAEP, NECAP, SAT, ACT, and AP)
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
ACCESS for ELLs® NECAP
Curriculum Frameworks New Hampshire Alternate Learning Progressions Assessment (NH-ALPs)
NHEIAP Notices

The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium brings together states to create a common, innovative assessment system for mathematics and English language arts that is aligned with the Common Core State Standards and helps prepare students for college and careers.

In preparation for the NH Statewide Assessments, schools or districts need to identify a Test Coordinator. This person(s) will assign roles; receive training related to administering assessments at the district level and act as the contact between NHDOE and the district for Smarter Balanced, NECAP Science and NECAP Alt Science assessments. To record the contact information of your Test Coordinator(s), please complete the information in the online survey form below.

Submit your Test Coordinator Information

Scott Mantie, PhD
Administrator - Curriculum, Instruction
and Assessment, Smarter Balanced, NECAP, Alternative Assessments, NAEP, Curriculum Frameworks

(603) 271-3844
Scott.Mantie@doe.nh.gov

 

Keith Burke
NECAP Assessment
(603) 271-3846
Keith.Burke@doe.nh.gov

Tim Eccleston
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
(603) 271-2298
Timothy.Eccleston@doe.nh.gov
Susan Morgan
ACCESS for ELLs®
(English Language Learners)
(603) 271-3719
Susan.Morgan@doe.nh.gov

Science
Vacant

Social Studies, World Language
PSAT, SAT, ACT and AP
Vacant

Mathematics
Vacant
(603) 271-3844
Math.Math@doe.nh.gov

English Language Arts
Vacant
(603) 271- 2035
Reading_Writing@doe.nh.gov

 

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