NECAP test results show drop in reading, math; gain in writing
The results mark the final year New Hampshire students will take the New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP), which are given to students in grades three through eight as well as 11th.
In math, 65 percent of students scored proficient or above proficient versus 68 percent the previous year.
Over the next few weeks, schools and districts will be examining their results and paying particular attention to the growth of individual students and groups of students, according to the state board of Education.
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