NH Department of Education

Assessment and AYP Public Reporting Site

You can get started by clicking "Reports" or by selecting a year, a district, and a school from the drop down menus. If you wish to view district-level reports, do not select a school. If you wish to view state-level reports, leave both the district and school blank.

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Welcome to the New Hampshire Department of Education Assessment and AYP Public Reporting Web site. The purpose of this site is to help anyone involved with education at the local or state level - parents, professional educators, school board members, students, business and community leaders - to learn more about NH school performance. The Department has developed this Web site in response to the New Hampshire State Law RSA 193-C:3 as one way to access this information.

The following types of reports are available on this site:

  • New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) required statewide assessment
  • NH Alternate Learning Progressions (NH ALPs) New Hampshire’s statewide alternate assessment for students who meet the qualifying criteria for participation and who cannot meaningfully participate in the statewide general assessment even with accommodations
  • Combined Statewide Assessment Results combined results from the NECAP and NH ALPs
  • Follow The Child Growth Reports summary results of the number of students meeting individual performance targets (2006-2007 through 2010-2011)
  • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) federally mandated accountability reports

Test scores are important, but numbers alone do not tell the whole story. These results are intended to prompt a closer look at other facets of the educational landscape and to help foster deeper conversations about the quality of schools. The information that is available on this site and on the New Hampshire School District Profile Web site allows one to ask substantive questions about schools, the quality of instruction and student learning, including:

  • What should all students know and be able to do?
  • How will success and progress be measured?
  • What needs to happen in terms of educational programs to ensure these goals are met?

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