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Tables From State Education Reforms (SER)

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Assessment and Standards
Staff Qualifications and Development
State Support for School Choice and Other Options
Student Readiness and Progress through School


View Table Table 1.1Report cards provided by the state, student-performance data included in report cards, graduation or dropout rates included in high school report cards, and the presence of student identification systems, by state: 200506
View Table Table 1.2Percentage and number of all public schools not making Adequate Yearly Progress, by state: 2011
View Table Table 1.3Rewards and sanctions for schools, by state: 2011–12
View Table Table 1.4Types of school sanctions, by state: 2011–12
View Table Table 1.5Statewide student data systems' use of teacher and student identifiers, communication with higher education data systems, and assessment records, by state: 2009-10
View Table Table 1.6State-reported elements of statewide student data systems, by state: 2009-10
View Table Table 1.7Financing sources for state funding systems, state provided formula funds, state reclaim of funds, and funding systems ruled unconstitutional, by state: 200405
View Table Table 1.8Alignment of state high school standards, graduation requirements, and assessment systems with Common Core State Standards/College- and Career-Ready Standards, by state: 2013
View Table Table 1.9State requires parental notification of out-of-field teachers and states with a ban or cap on the number of out-of-field teachers, by state: 2011–12
View Table Table 1.10States with charter school caps, automatic exemptions, required teacher certification, and identification of special education responsibilities for charter schools, by state: 201314  Updated!
View Table Table 1.11Accountability for effectiveness of teacher education programs, by state: 2011–12

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