Please be aware that the Arizona Department of Education does not issue student AIMS results. Please contact the school or LEA where the student tested for this information.
Note:This is a report of the combined student performance results from the Spring 2015 administration of the AzMERIT statewide assessment and the National Center and State Collaborative (NCSC) alternate statewide assessment. This file contains reports of the percentage of Arizona public school students who passed the statewide assessments, and the percentage at each performance level. The report includes percentages for Arizona public schools, districts and charter holders, county, and statewide results.
Valid test results were included for students with an enrollment in an Arizona public school on the first date of the Spring 2015 enrollment test window. Results are counted at the school in which a student was enrolled, not where the student was administered the assessment. The source of the subgroup and ethnicity data is the Student Accountability Information System (SAIS), which is reported by Districts and Charter Holders to the Arizona Department of Education.
AzMERIT State Level Score Release for SY2015-2016
• On Monday June 27, 2016, ADE released preliminary, state-level AzMERIT data.
• The results included statewide passing and proficiency rates for both English language arts (ELA) and mathematics in grades 3-8 and high school.
• High school tests include ELA grade 9, ELA grade 10, ELA grade 11, Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II.
• School and district level results were not included in this release. Those results, along with demographic breakdowns and performance by school type (i.e., district vs. charter vs. alternative) will be released by ADE in the fall. Once a more specific release date has been determined, it will be posted here.
• As of June 27, 2016, the embargo preventing schools and districts from publically sharing their AzMERIT results (at their discretion) has been lifted.
• Schools received student results in electronic form on June 6 and will receive paper family reports (designed to be given to parents) on July 11, 2016.
• Individual student results are never embargoed and can be released immediately upon receipt. Schools are responsible for sharing student results with families; the timeline for providing those results and how they are provided is a local decision.
• Members of the media with questions should call the Press Line at 602-542-5072 or email [email protected].
• Parents with questions about their child’s scores should contact their school for more information. Family reports will be delivered to districts and charter schools starting July 11, 2016.
• Schools with questions about their data should call the ADE Assessment Unit at 602-542-5031 or email [email protected].
• Members of the public with general questions about the scores can call Communications at 602-542-5072 or email [email protected].
June 6: Districts/Schools receive AzMERIT scores
June 27: ADE presents preliminary, state level AzMERIT scores to State Board of Education and publically releases results to stakeholders and media
June 27: AzMERIT data embargo ends; districts/schools allowed to share results
July 11: AzMERIT parent/family reports delivered to schools
Fall 2016: ADE releases final state, district and school level AzMERIT and NCSC data, including demographic breakdowns and performance by school type (this will include the spreadsheet and azreportcards.org)
PLEASE NOTE: These Excel documents have separate tabs that contain five different breakdowns of AIMS and AIMS A results (by school, by school and grade, by LEA and grade, by county and grade, and at the state level by grade). Please keep in mind that asterisks (*) in the data indicate numbers under 11 that are not reported per the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).
AIMS Results – Students with Disabilities
AIMS Technical Information
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