Nursing schools have been ranked in the top 25 states for the past decade by the Better Care Quality Index.
This year, the index is tracking the state’s education system and ranking schools based on four factors: teacher quality, students’ test scores, student performance and faculty compensation.
The rankings were released today by the National Association of State Colleges and Universities (NASSCU).
The rankings for nursing schools are based on student test scores and student performance.
The NASSCU has been tracking these data since 1996.
“There are many states that are still ranking below the national average,” said John Sorenson, president of the NASSCV, the nation’s largest nurse-care association.
“And it’s no secret that many of these states are among the worst performing in the nation.
We think that is very troubling and it will be very hard to turn around and fix this problem.”
The top 25 nursing schools in the U.S. for 2016-17 are as follows:New Hampshire ranked No. 2 in the NASPSCI rankings, with the highest percentage of nursing students in the state with a score of at least 3,000 in the 2015-16 school year.
The state’s students scored about 3,800, while the national averages were closer to 3,400.
The state ranked No 1 in the national NASPSCI rankings for 2017-18, with a student score of 2,890 in the 2016-2017 school year, but that was about one percentage point lower than the national median score.
New Hampshire also has the nation “best” teacher compensation ranking of 8.5.
The National Association for State Colleges & Universities (NASSU) ranked the state as “Most Educated States in the Nation” in the 2018-2019 school year for both the teachers’ compensation and test scores.
New Hampshire is one of the top 20 states in terms of teacher pay.
For 2016-19, the average teacher was paid $92,700.
In New Hampshire, the median teacher salary is $61,400, and the median student salary is about $22,100.
The NASSCUs rankings are based only on test scores for students in 2016-18 and 2017-19.
The numbers used to rank the schools include both student and teacher test scores because they’re the most accurate and most complete data available.
For example, students with a “C” average on the test and teachers with a grade point average of “A” can be compared.
The national average for students’ performance is a combined score on standardized tests and standardized test-taking.
The NAEP, a nationally recognized standardized testing program, measures how well students in different subjects perform in reading, writing, math and science.
The NASSU has standardized test scores as well as teacher test and performance data.
The rankings are adjusted for population, race, income, state and local education and workforce status.
NasscUs rankings of schools also account for the fact that there are differences in teacher performance based on state.
In many states, teachers may be paid differently based on the type of student they are or what state their students live in.
“It is a very difficult situation in the states that have high test scores that are ranked very highly,” said Sorenzson.
“But we think that we have done a really good job at doing that.”
According to the NASSPCI, a total of 7,500,000 students were enrolled in nursing schools and 4,300,000 were enrolled at two or more nursing schools.
Overall, there were 2.9 million students enrolled in Nursing School in 2016.
For the 2016 school year and for each state, the NASSSCU ranked the schools based only off the data for students who took standardized tests in 2016 and 2017.
The list of schools included in the 2017-2018 NASSSCI rankings is below.
The full rankings are below.
To read more about improving the nursing profession, visit the NASSU website at:nurseries.org.