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AzMERIT, MSAA, and NCSC Results

September 12, 2017

Originally posted at: http://www.azed.gov/accountability-research/data/

Please be aware that the Arizona Department of Education does not issue AIMS nor AzMERIT results. Please contact the school or LEA where the student tested for this information.

AzMERIT and MSAA 2017 NEW
Please note: This file includes the combined students performance results from the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 administrations of the AzMERIT statewide assessment and the Multi-State Alternative Assessment (MSAA) alternative statewide assessment. This document has separate tabs that contains four different breakdowns of results (by school, by LEA, county, and at the state level by school type). Please keep in mind that asterisks (*) in the data indicate numbers under 11 that are not reported per the Family and Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).

AzMERIT and MSAA 2016 *UPDATED 9/27/2016*
Note: This report previously reflected only AzMERIT results, but has been updated to include the combined students performance results from the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 administrations of the AzMERIT statewide assessment and the Multi-State Alternative Assessment (MSAA) alternative 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.

AzMERIT 2016
Note: This new report includes only the combined student performance results from the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 administrations of the AzMERIT statewide assessment. This file contains reports of the percentage of Arizona public students who passed AzMERIT, and the percentage at each performance level. The report includes percentages for Arizona public schools, districts, and charter holders, country, and statewide results.

Valid test results were included for students with an enrollment in an Arizona public school on the first date of the Fall 2015 or Spring 2016 enrollment test windows. Results are counted at the school in which a student was enrolled, not where the student was administered the assessment. If the student took the same assessment in both Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 test window, only the higher of the two scores is included. If the student took a different assessment in the Fall 2015 and the Spring 2016 test windows, both scores are included. 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 and NCSC 2015

AIMS Results

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 and Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA).

AIMS Science and AIMS A Science 2016
AIMS Science and AIMS A Science 2015
AIMS and AIMS A 2014
AIMS and AIMS A 2013
AIMS and AIMS A 2012
AIMS and AIMS A 2011
AIMS and AIMS A 2010

AIMS A
AIMS A 2014
AIMS A 2013
AIMS A 2012
AIMS A 2011

Students with Disabilities
2014 AIMS with Accommodation
2013 AIMS with Accommodation
2012 AIMS with Accommodation
2011 AIMS with Accommodation
2014 AIMS without Accommodation
2013 AIMS without Accommodation
2012 AIMS without Accommodation
2011 AIMS without Accommodation

AIMS Technical Information
2012-2014 AIMS Performance Levels and Scale Scores
2011 AIMS Performance Levels and Scale Scores
Fall 2010 AIMS Performance Levels and Scale Scores
2010 AIMS Performance Levels and Scale Scores
2009 AIMS Performance Levels and Scale Scores

AIMS Improvement
2011-2012 AIMS Improvement
2010-2011 AIMS Improvement
2009-2010 AIMS Improvement
2008-2009 AIMS Improvement

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