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About the New Hampshire Statewide Assessment (NH SAS)

What is the New Hampshire Statewide Assessment (NH SAS)?


The New Hampshire Statewide Assessment System (NH SAS) is a comprehensive program designed to provide information about what students know in core academic areas. It is currently used for English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics, and Science. This replaces the New Hampshire NHEIAP and NH Smarter Balanced.

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State Testing Information for New Hampshire

Portions of the following material were taken from the Department of Education website. Please consult your state's education website for further information on the actual tests administered for your school.


Assessments are used to gauge how well students are mastering the standards – and ultimately how ready students are for college and career education and training.

New Hampshire students in grades 3-8 and 11 will take the common statewide assessment for English language arts (ELA)/writing and mathematics.

  • Grades 3-8 students will take the new NH Statewide Assessment System for ELA/writing and mathematics
  • Grade 11 students will continue to take the College Board School Day SAT

New Hampshire students in grades 5, 8 and 11 will also take the common statewide assessment for science.

  • Grades 5, 8 and 11 students will take the new NH Statewide Assessment System for science (no longer NECAP)
  • Science is now administered in grade 5, not grade 4

The New Hampshire Department of Education also offers the Dynamic Learning Maps (DLM) for ELA, mathematics and science as the alternate assessment for students with significant cognitive disabilities.

State assessments are an important part of a student’s core educational program. They provide an evaluation of student mastery of content and skills in various academic areas, serve as a tool for measuring the degree to which students are on track to graduate high school college- and career-ready, and help inform future instruction in the classroom. Along with student work on classroom assignments, projects, essays, and local assessments, State assessment results give teachers important information about where students are on their path toward academic success.


 
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