Quality Counts 2006

EdWeek has published its 10th annual report on educational progress.

Quality Counts celebrates its 10th year with a special online version, available free of charge for a limited time, beginning January 4 at 10 a.m. Eastern time. A paid subscription will be required to view the entire report online after February 4. The online version of Quality Counts 2006 provides features to help users navigate the reportís rich content and find the data they need quickly and easily. Each feature story includes links to key sources and organizations. In addition, users can quickly access each stateís policy report card using an interactive state map. A special data-analysis feature enables users to review all indicators for a single state or compare results across two or more states. Fifty-state data tables are downloadable in PDF and Excel formats.

You can easily access reports by state from this page. Note that EdWeek is moving these reports behind their paywall February 4, so have a look while they are available.

posted January 10, 2006 by eric

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