New Arizona Education Internet Site Revealed

September 24, 2014 Nemes Education

The Governors Workplace unveiled a brand-new internet site Wednesday meant to showcase the Arizona Ready Report Card in a searchable and user-friendly way.

The website– www.azreportcard.gov– paints an improving, yet still lackluster imageimage of education in Arizona.

For example, only 13 percent of students who graduated in 2002 received a bachelors degree or greater. And large variations remain to persist in between White and minority student populations, according to data on the website.

Conversely, both mathematics and reading ratings from elementary schools have been enhancing over the previous numerous years.

The internet site does not consist of school-by-school data that is still being released piecemeal, but it does track statewide accomplishment with five information points: third-grade reading, eighth- grade math, high-school graduation rates, partners degrees and certifications and bachelors degrees.

The new Report Card effectively reveals where Arizona students are succeeding and progressing, and likewise where student achievement and efficiency are doing not have, Gov. Jan Maker said in a statement. This is an effective tool to help guarantee our youngsters are geared up for success in our competitive and requiring workforce.

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