Agenda – May 18, 2015 @ 9:00 AM
Agenda – Wednesday, May 13, 2015 @ 3:00 PM
For more information on Arizona’s Race to the Top project, please click on the links below:
Arizona was recently awarded $25 million through the U.S. Department of Education’s Race to the Top Phase 3 (RTTT) grant program to advance Arizona’s education reform efforts. Please join the ADE, in collaboration with the Governor’s Office of Education Innovation and the Arizona Association of County School Superintendents for a general informational webinar regarding Arizona’s new Race to the Top grant award. Information shared will include a description of major grant elements and partnerships, where to find ongoing information on Arizona’s Race to the Top project, and next steps for the state and for LEAs as we move toward implementation.
Please visit www.azed.gov/racetothetop for additional ongoing information regarding Arizona’s Race to the Top project.
On April 25, 2011, the State Board of Education (SBE) unanimously passed the proposed Arizona Framework for Measuring Educator Effectiveness. This action resulted from the passage of SB 1040 that directed the SBE to adopt and maintain a model framework for teacher and principal evaluation that includes quantitative data on student academic progress. ADE will continue to update this page in order to provide the most current information and resources to assist all Local Education Agencies (LEA) with the successful implementation of the framework in the 2012-2013 school year.
For more information click here.
On August 2, 2012, Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal announced the release of Arizona’s 2011-2012 A-F letter grades for all district and charter schools in the state. New this year are three additional letter grade models designed for small, K-2, and alternative schools, which should provide even greater value to parents as they choose appropriate placement for their students.
A-F Letter Grades
2011-2012 A-F Letter Grades for All Schools by Type — This Excel workbook contains four separate tabs (traditional schools, small schools, K-2 schools, and alternative schools)
2012 AIMS Results — This Excel workbook contains five separate tabs with distinct breakdowns of 2012 AIMS results (by school, by school and grade, by LEA and grade, by county and grade, and at the state level by grade)