In 2010, the Arizona Legislature enacted Arizona Revised Statute §15-241 (A.R.S. §15-241) to create the A-F Letter Grade accountability system which was adopted in June 2011 by the State Board of Education. The A-F Letter Grades are designed to place equal value on current year achievement and longitudinal academic growth, specifically the growth of all students as well as a school’s lowest achieving students.
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2012 – 2013 A-F Letter Grades for All Schools Updated 11.19.2013**this Excel document contains six separate tabs (traditional schools, small schools, K-2 schools, alternative schools, LEAs, and 95% Tested Criteria)**
2011-2012 A-F Letter Grades for All Schools **this Excel document contains four separate tabs (traditional schools, small schools, K-2 schools, and alternative schools)**
2010-2011 A-F Letter Grades for All Schools **Small schools, K-2 schools, and alternative schools did not receive letter grades in 2011, but will be evaluated beginning in 2012.**
2012-2013 Alternative Schools NEW (Updated to reflect 2013 active schools only)
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2011-2012 A-F Letter Grade Accountability System Technical Manual updated 04/23/13