4. What is the State of Arizona High School Graduation Requirements?
The below table is only a summary of the High School Graduation Requirements.
Class of 2012
Class of 2013
(1) Math courses shall consist of Algebra I, Geometry and an additional course with significant math content as determined by district governing boards or charter schools.
(2) Social Studies shall consist of one credit of American History, one credit of World History/Geography, one-half credit of government and one-half credit of economics.
(1) Math courses shall consist of Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II (or its equivalent) and an additional course with significant math content as determined by district governing boards or charter schools.
(2) Three credits of science in preparation for proficiency at the high school level on the AIMS test.
* This document is a summary of Arizonas minimum course of study. Please refer to A.A.C. R7-2-302, R7-2-302.01 and R7-2-302.02 to view the complete requirements. These rules can be accessed through the Secretary of State¢s website at: http://www.azsos.gov/public_services/Title_07/7-02.htm
5. What is the State of New Mexico High School Graduation Requirements?
This is a list of courses required for students entering grade 9 in the 2009-2010 school year 4 units in English 4 units in Mathematics, of which 1 unit shall be equivalent to or higher than the level of Algebra 2 3 units in Science, 2 units of which shall have a laboratory componentunits in Social Science; including: U.S History & Geography, World History & Geography, Government, Economics, & unit of N.M. History 1 unit in Physical Education 1 unit in one of the following: a career cluster course, workplace readiness or a language other than English. elective units
6. How can I access demographic information on New Mexicos public schools? What types of information are provided? Is information available by school district?
You can access information on district demographics by clicking http://www.ped.state.nm.us/IT/schoolFactSheets.html. The information contained in individual fact sheets, by year, addresses the following:
Enrollment by School District
Enrollment by District and Grade
Enrollment by School
Enrollment by Gender
Enrollment by Ethnicity
Student Teacher Ratio
High School Graduates
High School Graduates by Ethnicity and Gender
Percent of Poverty by District
Number of Public School Sites
Public School Calendar Dates
District Personnel by Ethnicity & Gender
District Personnel by Experience & Average Salary
Where can I locate the New Mexico Content Standards with Benchmarks and Performance Standards? How can I find out when they were last revised?
You can review the New Mexico Standards and Benchmarks with performance standards by clicking on the following: http://www.ped.state.nm.us/nmStandards.html. Scroll down the page to access the standards by the different content areas. Click on the different content areas to access expectations for what students are expected to know and be able to do by grade. The year of review is in parenthesis at the end of each title Heath Education Standards with Benchmarks and Performance Standards (2006)