Coconino County Office of the Superintendent

An Education Report for the Coconino Region of Northern Arizona is a Catalyst for Change

The 2013 Coconino Community Education Report has now reached the Governor of Arizona’s desk. The report provides a comprehensive profile of education for students in both public and charter schools in Coconino County, a region of Northern Arizona. According to Kerry Blume, President and CEO of the United Way of Northern Arizona (UWNA), “The Coconino Community Education Report is a catalyst for social change. This report sets in motion a clear agenda for our community to change the educational outcomes of our students.”

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How a Kindergarten Transition Program in Arizona has Helped Prepare Disadvantaged Students for Kindergarten

For a number of years, education leaders, community leaders, and families across Northern Arizona have been focused on ways to improve school readiness among the area’s neediest children. An array of public agencies and non-profit community-based organizations, including the Coconino County Office of the Superintendent, First Things First, and the United Way of Northern Arizona, have worked collaboratively to build and support early childhood initiatives that support school readiness.

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