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Student Achievement

Each spring, all students in grades 3-8 and grade 11 take the NH State Assessments in English Language Arts, Mathematics and Science. Academic Achievement in NH is measured by examining both student performance (how well did students perform?) and student participation (did all students participate?). Only students who spend most of the year enrolled in a given school are included when reporting the performance of students. Additionally, to ensure all students participate, schools are held accountable for a portion of students who did not take the test.

Assessment Proficiency by Subject

Assessment Proficiency measures the percent of students proficient in each of the three assessed subject areas. NH has also set Targets for Math and English Language Arts, which are included on the scale for reference.

English Language Arts

64%
State Target 60.45%

Assessment Proficiency - English Language Arts

64%

What is the percent of students proficient in English Language Arts within each subgroup?

Student Group

Economically Disadvantaged

50%

2019 State Target 40.39%

English Language Learners

20%

2019 State Target 32.19%

Students with Disabilities

25%

2019 State Target 21.95%

Students in Foster Care

N*

Homeless

N*

Migrant

N/A

Military Connected

N/A

Race/Ethnicity

American Indian or Alaskan

N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

46%

2019 State Target 72.00%

Black or African American

N*

Hispanic or Latino

58%

2019 State Target 42.44%

White

65%

2019 State Target 63.95%

Multiple Races

75%

2019 State Target 62.93%


Grade

Grade 3

54%

Grade 4

59%

Grade 5

83%

Grade 6

57%

Grade 7

65%

Grade 8

63%

Grade 11

59%

Sex

Female

69%

Male

59%

Mathematics

49%
State Target 49.14%

Assessment Proficiency - Mathematics

49%

What is the percent of students proficient in Mathematics within each subgroup?

Student Group

Economically Disadvantaged

37%

2019 State Target 29.05%

English Language Learners

25%

2019 State Target 21.97%

Students with Disabilities

12%

2019 State Target 15.90%

Students in Foster Care

N*

Homeless

N*

Migrant

N/A

Military Connected

N/A

Race/Ethnicity

American Indian or Alaskan

N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

50%

2019 State Target 67.00%

Black or African American

N*

Hispanic or Latino

37%

2019 State Target 31.07%

White

51%

2019 State Target 51.30%

Multiple Races

50%

2019 State Target 48.26%


Grade

Grade 3

49%

Grade 4

58%

Grade 5

65%

Grade 6

35%

Grade 7

44%

Grade 8

37%

Grade 11

54%

Sex

Female

45%

Male

54%

Science

51%

Assessment Proficiency - Science

51%

What is the percent of students proficient in Science within each subgroup?

Student Group

Economically Disadvantaged

51%

English Language Learners

N*

Students with Disabilities

28%

Students in Foster Care

N*

Homeless

N*

Migrant

N/A

Military Connected

N/A

Race/Ethnicity

American Indian or Alaskan

N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

25%

Black or African American

N*

Hispanic or Latino

39%

White

54%

Multiple Races

64%

Grade

Grade 3

N/A

Grade 4

N/A

Grade 5

56%

Grade 6

N/A

Grade 7

N/A

Grade 8

49%

Grade 11

47%

Sex

Female

57%

Male

46%

Assessment Proficiency Over Time

2017


2018


2019


English Language Arts

64%66%64%

Mathematics

51%55%49%

Science

41%47%51%

Assessment Proficiency in Context

Assessment Proficiency as compared with that of the district as a whole (including all schools in the district) as well as the entire state of NH (inlcuding all schools) across all three subject areas.

English Language Arts

Newmarket

64%

State Average

56%

Mathematics

Newmarket

49%

State Average

48%

Science

Newmarket

51%

State Average

39%

Student Achievement Levels

Student achievement is measured across four levels of proficiency, where Level 1 and Level 2 are considered not proficient and Level 3 and Level 4 are considered proficient. The percentage of students who did not take the assessment are not shown here.

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
English Language Arts
12%
24%
41%
23%

Student Achievement Levels – English Language Arts

What is the percent of students in each achievement level for English language arts within each subgroup?

Student Group

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Economically Disadvantaged
18%
33%
35%
15%
English Language Learners
33%
47%
13%
<10%
Students with Disabilities
28%
41%
22%
<10%
Students in Foster Care
N*
N*
N*
N*
Homeless
N*
N*
N*
N*
Migrant
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Military Connected
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Economically Disadvantaged

Level 1 (lowest) 18%
Level 2 33%
Level 3 35%
Level 4 (highest) 15%

English Language Learners

Level 1 (lowest) 33%
Level 2 47%
Level 3 13%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students with Disabilities

Level 1 (lowest) 28%
Level 2 41%
Level 3 22%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students in Foster Care

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Homeless

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Migrant

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Military Connected

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Race/Ethnicity

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
American Indian or Alaskan
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Asian or Pacific Islander
17%
38%
29%
17%
Black or African American
N*
N*
N*
N*
Hispanic or Latino
18%
23%
44%
15%
White
10%
24%
42%
23%
Multiple Races
13%
13%
42%
33%

American Indian or Alaskan

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

Level 1 (lowest) 17%
Level 2 38%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) 17%

Black or African American

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Hispanic or Latino

Level 1 (lowest) 18%
Level 2 23%
Level 3 44%
Level 4 (highest) 15%

White

Level 1 (lowest) 10%
Level 2 24%
Level 3 42%
Level 4 (highest) 23%

Multiple Races

Level 1 (lowest) 13%
Level 2 13%
Level 3 42%
Level 4 (highest) 33%

Sex

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Female
<10%
23%
44%
25%
Male
15%
26%
39%
20%

Female

Level 1 (lowest) <10%
Level 2 23%
Level 3 44%
Level 4 (highest) 25%

Male

Level 1 (lowest) 15%
Level 2 26%
Level 3 39%
Level 4 (highest) 20%
Mathematics
18%
33%
29%
20%

Student Achievement Levels – Mathematics

What is the percent of students in each achievement level for math within each subgroup?

Student Group

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Economically Disadvantaged
25%
38%
29%
<10%
English Language Learners
31%
44%
19%
<10%
Students with Disabilities
41%
42%
12%
<10%
Students in Foster Care
N*
N*
N*
N*
Homeless
N*
N*
N*
N*
Migrant
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Military Connected
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Economically Disadvantaged

Level 1 (lowest) 25%
Level 2 38%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

English Language Learners

Level 1 (lowest) 31%
Level 2 44%
Level 3 19%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students with Disabilities

Level 1 (lowest) 41%
Level 2 42%
Level 3 12%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students in Foster Care

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Homeless

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Migrant

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Military Connected

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Race/Ethnicity

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
American Indian or Alaskan
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Asian or Pacific Islander
25%
25%
29%
21%
Black or African American
N*
N*
N*
N*
Hispanic or Latino
26%
37%
26%
11%
White
16%
34%
30%
21%
Multiple Races
25%
25%
29%
21%

American Indian or Alaskan

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

Level 1 (lowest) 25%
Level 2 25%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) 21%

Black or African American

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Hispanic or Latino

Level 1 (lowest) 26%
Level 2 37%
Level 3 26%
Level 4 (highest) 11%

White

Level 1 (lowest) 16%
Level 2 34%
Level 3 30%
Level 4 (highest) 21%

Multiple Races

Level 1 (lowest) 25%
Level 2 25%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) 21%

Sex

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Female
22%
33%
26%
19%
Male
14%
32%
33%
21%

Female

Level 1 (lowest) 22%
Level 2 33%
Level 3 26%
Level 4 (highest) 19%

Male

Level 1 (lowest) 14%
Level 2 32%
Level 3 33%
Level 4 (highest) 21%
Science
26%
23%
39%
12%

Student Achievement Levels – Science

What is the percent of students in each achievement level for science within each subgroup?

Student Group

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Economically Disadvantaged
28%
21%
44%
<10%
English Language Learners
N*
N*
N*
N*
Students with Disabilities
24%
48%
24%
<10%
Students in Foster Care
N*
N*
N*
N*
Homeless
N*
N*
N*
N*
Migrant
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Military Connected
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Economically Disadvantaged

Level 1 (lowest) 28%
Level 2 21%
Level 3 44%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

English Language Learners

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Students with Disabilities

Level 1 (lowest) 24%
Level 2 48%
Level 3 24%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students in Foster Care

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Homeless

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Migrant

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Military Connected

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Race/Ethnicity

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
American Indian or Alaskan
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Asian or Pacific Islander
50%
25%
25%
<10%
Black or African American
N*
N*
N*
N*
Hispanic or Latino
39%
20%
33%
<10%
White
23%
23%
41%
14%
Multiple Races
18%
18%
45%
18%

American Indian or Alaskan

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

Level 1 (lowest) 50%
Level 2 25%
Level 3 25%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Black or African American

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Hispanic or Latino

Level 1 (lowest) 39%
Level 2 20%
Level 3 33%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

White

Level 1 (lowest) 23%
Level 2 23%
Level 3 41%
Level 4 (highest) 14%

Multiple Races

Level 1 (lowest) 18%
Level 2 18%
Level 3 45%
Level 4 (highest) 18%

Sex

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Female
23%
19%
44%
13%
Male
28%
26%
35%
12%

Female

Level 1 (lowest) 23%
Level 2 19%
Level 3 44%
Level 4 (highest) 13%

Male

Level 1 (lowest) 28%
Level 2 26%
Level 3 35%
Level 4 (highest) 12%

English Language Arts

Level 1 (lowest) 12%
Level 2 24%
Level 3 41%
Level 4 (highest) 23%

Student Achievement Levels – English Language Arts

What is the percent of students in each achievement level for English language arts within each subgroup?

Student Group

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Economically Disadvantaged
18%
33%
35%
15%
English Language Learners
33%
47%
13%
<10%
Students with Disabilities
28%
41%
22%
<10%
Students in Foster Care
N*
N*
N*
N*
Homeless
N*
N*
N*
N*
Migrant
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Military Connected
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Economically Disadvantaged

Level 1 (lowest) 18%
Level 2 33%
Level 3 35%
Level 4 (highest) 15%

English Language Learners

Level 1 (lowest) 33%
Level 2 47%
Level 3 13%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students with Disabilities

Level 1 (lowest) 28%
Level 2 41%
Level 3 22%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students in Foster Care

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Homeless

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Migrant

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Military Connected

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Race/Ethnicity

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
American Indian or Alaskan
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Asian or Pacific Islander
17%
38%
29%
17%
Black or African American
N*
N*
N*
N*
Hispanic or Latino
18%
23%
44%
15%
White
10%
24%
42%
23%
Multiple Races
13%
13%
42%
33%

American Indian or Alaskan

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

Level 1 (lowest) 17%
Level 2 38%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) 17%

Black or African American

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Hispanic or Latino

Level 1 (lowest) 18%
Level 2 23%
Level 3 44%
Level 4 (highest) 15%

White

Level 1 (lowest) 10%
Level 2 24%
Level 3 42%
Level 4 (highest) 23%

Multiple Races

Level 1 (lowest) 13%
Level 2 13%
Level 3 42%
Level 4 (highest) 33%

Sex

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Female
<10%
23%
44%
25%
Male
15%
26%
39%
20%

Female

Level 1 (lowest) <10%
Level 2 23%
Level 3 44%
Level 4 (highest) 25%

Male

Level 1 (lowest) 15%
Level 2 26%
Level 3 39%
Level 4 (highest) 20%

Mathematics

Level 1 (lowest) 18%
Level 2 33%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) 20%

Student Achievement Levels – Mathematics

What is the percent of students in each achievement level for math within each subgroup?

Student Group

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Economically Disadvantaged
25%
38%
29%
<10%
English Language Learners
31%
44%
19%
<10%
Students with Disabilities
41%
42%
12%
<10%
Students in Foster Care
N*
N*
N*
N*
Homeless
N*
N*
N*
N*
Migrant
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Military Connected
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Economically Disadvantaged

Level 1 (lowest) 25%
Level 2 38%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

English Language Learners

Level 1 (lowest) 31%
Level 2 44%
Level 3 19%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students with Disabilities

Level 1 (lowest) 41%
Level 2 42%
Level 3 12%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students in Foster Care

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Homeless

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Migrant

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Military Connected

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Race/Ethnicity

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
American Indian or Alaskan
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Asian or Pacific Islander
25%
25%
29%
21%
Black or African American
N*
N*
N*
N*
Hispanic or Latino
26%
37%
26%
11%
White
16%
34%
30%
21%
Multiple Races
25%
25%
29%
21%

American Indian or Alaskan

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

Level 1 (lowest) 25%
Level 2 25%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) 21%

Black or African American

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Hispanic or Latino

Level 1 (lowest) 26%
Level 2 37%
Level 3 26%
Level 4 (highest) 11%

White

Level 1 (lowest) 16%
Level 2 34%
Level 3 30%
Level 4 (highest) 21%

Multiple Races

Level 1 (lowest) 25%
Level 2 25%
Level 3 29%
Level 4 (highest) 21%

Sex

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Female
22%
33%
26%
19%
Male
14%
32%
33%
21%

Female

Level 1 (lowest) 22%
Level 2 33%
Level 3 26%
Level 4 (highest) 19%

Male

Level 1 (lowest) 14%
Level 2 32%
Level 3 33%
Level 4 (highest) 21%

Science

Level 1 (lowest) 26%
Level 2 23%
Level 3 39%
Level 4 (highest) 12%

Student Achievement Levels – Science

What is the percent of students in each achievement level for science within each subgroup?

Student Group

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Economically Disadvantaged
28%
21%
44%
<10%
English Language Learners
N*
N*
N*
N*
Students with Disabilities
24%
48%
24%
<10%
Students in Foster Care
N*
N*
N*
N*
Homeless
N*
N*
N*
N*
Migrant
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Military Connected
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Economically Disadvantaged

Level 1 (lowest) 28%
Level 2 21%
Level 3 44%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

English Language Learners

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Students with Disabilities

Level 1 (lowest) 24%
Level 2 48%
Level 3 24%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Students in Foster Care

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Homeless

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Migrant

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Military Connected

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Race/Ethnicity

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
American Indian or Alaskan
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Asian or Pacific Islander
50%
25%
25%
<10%
Black or African American
N*
N*
N*
N*
Hispanic or Latino
39%
20%
33%
<10%
White
23%
23%
41%
14%
Multiple Races
18%
18%
45%
18%

American Indian or Alaskan

Level 1 (lowest) N/A
Level 2 N/A
Level 3 N/A
Level 4 (highest) N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

Level 1 (lowest) 50%
Level 2 25%
Level 3 25%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

Black or African American

Level 1 (lowest) Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 2 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 3 Suppressed due to small n-size
Level 4 (highest) Suppressed due to small n-size

Hispanic or Latino

Level 1 (lowest) 39%
Level 2 20%
Level 3 33%
Level 4 (highest) <10%

White

Level 1 (lowest) 23%
Level 2 23%
Level 3 41%
Level 4 (highest) 14%

Multiple Races

Level 1 (lowest) 18%
Level 2 18%
Level 3 45%
Level 4 (highest) 18%

Sex

Level 1 (lowest)
Level 2
Level 3
Level 4 (highest)
Female
23%
19%
44%
13%
Male
28%
26%
35%
12%

Female

Level 1 (lowest) 23%
Level 2 19%
Level 3 44%
Level 4 (highest) 13%

Male

Level 1 (lowest) 28%
Level 2 26%
Level 3 35%
Level 4 (highest) 12%

Assessment Participation

Assessment particpiation is measured as a percentage of students who took the state assessment in each subject area out of the total number of students who were required to take the assessment during that year.

English Language Arts Participation

96%

English Language Arts Participation

96%

What is the percent of students participating in state assessments for ELA within each subgroup?

Student Group

Economically Disadvantaged

96%

English Language Learners

100%

Students with Disabilities

89%

Students in Foster Care

N*

Homeless

N*

Migrant

N/A

Military Connected

N/A

Race/Ethnicity

American Indian or Alaskan

N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

96%

Black or African American

N*

Hispanic or Latino

94%

White

96%

Multiple Races

100%

Sex

Female

95%

Male

96%

Mathematics Participation

96%

Mathematics Participation

96%

What is the percent of students participating in state assessments for Mathematics within each subgroup?

Student Group

Economically Disadvantaged

96%

English Language Learners

100%

Students with Disabilities

90%

Students in Foster Care

N*

Homeless

N*

Migrant

N/A

Military Connected

N/A

Race/Ethnicity

American Indian or Alaskan

N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

96%

Black or African American

N*

Hispanic or Latino

95%

White

96%

Multiple Races

100%

Sex

Female

95%

Male

97%

Science Participation

98%

Science Participation

98%

What is the percent of students participating in state assessments for Science within each subgroup?

Student Group

Economically Disadvantaged

100%

English Language Learners

N*

Students with Disabilities

96%

Students in Foster Care

N*

Homeless

N*

Migrant

N/A

Military Connected

N/A

Race/Ethnicity

American Indian or Alaskan

N/A

Asian or Pacific Islander

100%

Black or African American

N*

Hispanic or Latino

94%

White

98%

Multiple Races

100%

Sex

Female

96%

Male

99%

DLM Participation (English Language Arts)

0.60%

DLM Participation (Mathematics)

0.60%
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Datawww.education.nh.gov/instruction/assessment/naep/comparisons