Study: NH students rank among top in math, science
The National Center for Education Statistics conducted a study comparing results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress and the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study as a way to determine the international competitiveness of American students in the two areas.
Students from South Korea were first, followed by Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Japan, and then the states of Massachusetts, Vermont, Minnesota, New Jersey and New Hampshire.In science, New Hampshire eighth-graders were ranked seventh internationally and third among states.Students from Singapore were first, followed by Massachusetts, China, Vermont, South Korea, Japan and then New Hampshire.
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