[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] On the 2011 New England Common Assessment Program, (NECAP) mathematics exam, 8th-grade public school students in Bedford and Windham scored 84 percent and 89 percent proficient and above, respectively, compared to 55 percent in Claremont and 42 percent in Stratford.
What does NECAP stand for?
NECAP stands for New England Common Assessment Program
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- North East Consortium for Asylum and Refugee Support (UK)
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Students at Feinstein-where 1 in 4 speaks English as a second language-have made big gains in reading and math proficiency on the New England Common Assessment Program (the standardized exam adopted by Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Vermont).
The New England Common Assessment Program got its start in Rhode Island, when the Department of Education grew concerned about the cost of expanding its assessment, which evaluated only one grade.