Herzberg pleased with Hampton students NeSA test scores

Scores are in for the Nebraska State Accountability (NeSA) tests, and Hampton Supt. Holly Herzberg is pleased but not surprised with the results.
Scores released publicly last week show that Hampton students met or exceeded state standards in high percentages, ranging from 78 to 91 percent in the areas of reading, math, science and writing. The NeSA tests are just one piece of the puzzle used to measure student performance, though Herzberg said it’s an important one.

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