Students at Level 3 or above meet state expectations and are considered on track for likely success in the next grade. 71% of Moultonboro students met the Level 3 or 4 in English Language Arts compared to 58% statewide. In Mathmatics, 50% scored at Level 3 or 4, while the statewide number was 46%.
- Interlakes scored 68% at Level 3 or 4 for English and 55% in Mathematics.
- Gov. Wentworth scored 54% at Level 3 or 4 for English and 41% in Mathematics.
According to Dr. Barry, the NH Commissioner of Education, in a letter sent to all parents with the score reports: " Your child’s score, as well as the school and district averages, may look lower this year. These new assessments measure more complex, real-world skills such as critical-thinking, writing and problem solving. These scores cannot be compared to previous assessment scores. Instead, they are setting a new, more accurate baseline from which progress can be measured moving forward. "
It will take some time for the results to have more meaning as the NECAP and Smarter Balanced Assessments are two very different types of exams.
As you scroll down to the last chart, you will note some areas where we scored extremely well and then some areas where the results were very low and underperformed the statewide numbers significantly.