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Arizonans consistently agree education must be a top priority, so imagine if we all acted accordingly. Every child, regardless of background, income or ZIP code would receive a world-class education from the early years through college and career.

Our students would be the most educated, skilled and sought after innovators of the 21st century. Arizona would lead the nation in attracting and growing jobs. Everything from property values to health care to crime rates would be positively impacted.

Post-Secondary Attainment

Percent of Arizona residents 25-64 years of age who have completed a 2- or 4-year degree or received a postsecondary certificate.

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60% by 2030 | TREND:

Post-High School Enrollment

Percent of Arizona high school graduates who enrolled in postsecondary education the semester after graduating from high school.

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70% by 2030 | TREND


Opportunity Youth

Percent of 16-24 year olds in Arizona that are NOT going to school or working.

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7% by 2030 | TREND

High School Graduation Rate

Percent of Arizona high school students graduating in 4 years.

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90% by 2030 | TREND


Eighth Grade Math

Percent of Arizona 8th grade students who are prepared to be successful in high school math.

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69% by 2030 | TREND

Third Grade Reading

Percent of Arizona 3rd grade students who scored Proficient or Highly Proficient on the AzMERIT 3rd grade English language arts assessment.

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72% by 2030 | TREND


Quality Early Learning

Percent of Arizona 3 and 4-year old children that are in quality early learning settings.

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45% by 2030 | TREND

Teacher Pay

Arizona's ranking compared to other states for median Arizona elementary teacher pay.

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Education Resoures

Expect More Arizona Lead Partner

Expect More Arizona champions a world-class education “from the early years through career” for every child. Together with a growing network of partners and individuals across the state, we are working to build an education-first culture and create opportunities for you to support students and educators – in your home, your local community and statewide.

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