Virtual School Meanderings

June 22, 2016

NCES Updates the State Education Reforms Website

I haven’t checked this site out yet, but I wonder how much data on online programs it contains?

Institute of Education Sciences - Newsflash

NCES Updates the State Education Reforms Website

State Reforms logoNew state-level data on charter schools, college and career readiness, and arts education are now available on the State Education Reforms website. The State Education Reforms website, which draws primarily on data collected by organizations other than the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), compiles and disseminates data on state-level education reform efforts in five sections:

(1) Accountability,
(2) Assessment and Standards,
(3) Staff Qualifications and Development,
(4) State Support for School Choice and Other Options, and
(5) Student Readiness and Progress Through School.

One table was updated in the “Accountability” section, and two tables were updated in each of the following sections: “Assessment and Standards”, “Staff Qualifications and Development”, “State Support for School Choice and Other Options”, and “Student Readiness and Progress Through School.” These tables may be easily located by the “Updated!” tag next to the table title in the corresponding section.

To view the site, please visit: http://nces.ed.gov/programs/statereform/

The State Education Reforms website is a product of the National Center for Education Statistics at the Institute of Education Sciences, part of the U.S. Department of Education.

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