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2005 Alaska Native K-12 Education Indicators
The Alaska Native Policy Center at First Alaskans Institute commissioned the “Alaska Native K-12 Education Indicators, 2005” report. This report is intended to be a one-stop document for major indicators related to Alaska Native K-12 education (population, school inventory, educators, enrollment, student/teacher ratios, educational attainment, adequate yearly progress, drop-out rates, attendance rates, graduation rates, special education students, standards based assessments, high school graduation qualifying exams).
The 2005 update provides a brief quantitative overview of Alaska Native educational performance. This overview is not intended to be a comprehensive documentation of all indicators, but rather provides selected indicators of Alaska Natives’ school environment and performance. The report presents these indicators at the statewide and Alaska Native regional level (by ANCSA region). The report, completed by the McDowell Group, updates these indicators from the 2004 report. Where possible, data comparisons are made between the 2004-2005 and 2003-2004 school years.
The 2005 edition is organized into a statewide summary and three volumes. The content of the three volumes includes:
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