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Office for Education Policy
Volume 07 Issue 01
In an attempt to gauge the educational progress of the nation and each state, Education Week has published state report cards since 1997 in its annual Quality Counts series. The 14th annual report - Quality Counts 2010 - was released in January. Four of the six categories (Chance for Success, School Finance, The Teaching Profession, and Standards, Assessment and Accountability) were updated to reflect the most current (2010) data. Arkansas received the highest possible grade (A) in the Standards, Assessments & Accountability category, receiving perfect scores in the subcategories for Standards and School Accountability. Similarly, Arkansas' grade for Transitions and Alignment - or how well a state’s educational system is coordinated from elementary school to college - was a B, tied for sixth in the nation.
Jensen, N. C., & Ritter, G. W. (2010). Quality Counts 2010: Arkansas Holds Steady. Policy Briefs. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/oepbrief/74
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