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Quality Counts 2013 State and National Highlights Reports

January 07, 2013 1 min read
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The Quality Counts 2013 Highlights Reports capture all of the data you need to assess your state’s performance in key areas. The information is presented in a series of charts and graphs, and includes comparisons to national averages. You won’t want to miss your state’s data, so download your copy now. Your report includes:

State Grades

  • Chance for Success Index (2013)
  • Transitions and Alignment (2013)
  • School Finance (2013)
  • K-12 Achievement (2012)
  • Standards, Assessments, and Accountability (2012)
  • Teaching Profession (2012)

Special for Quality Counts 2013

  • State Use of International Indicators
  • Educator Attitudes on School Climate, Discipline, and Safety

State Highlights Reports are available for each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia and compare individual state data to national data.

The National Highlights Report includes the national average and data for the top and bottom states.

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