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Evaluation of Arizona school district websites

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What information can people find on their school district website in Arizona?

This page captures a snapshot of the information contributed by Sunshine Review users after they've studied the information made available on Arizona school district websites.

See also: School districts websites, state-by-state comparison, to compare what you can find on Arizona' school district websites to what can be found on school district websites in other states.

Reading the chart

In the chart below:

600px-Yes check.png means that information is included on the government website
600px-Red x.png means that the information was not provided on the government website
P
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means that information was partially provided

Check the Sunshine Review page about each school district for more detailed information about what information is available on the school district website, along with recommendations SR users have made for positive changes.

Conclusions chart

2012

In January of 2012, Sunshine Review evaluated the ten largest school district websites and found they averaged a "C" website transparency grade.

Taxes? Budget? Meetings? Elected officials? Admin. Officials? Contracts? Audits? Public records? Academics? Background checks?
Y
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6 7 8 8 9 5 2 5 8 8
P
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1 3 2 2 1 4 0 4 1 2
N
600px-Red x.png
3 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 1 2


Correcting errors

If you discover an error in this chart or on one of the articles about an Arizona school district, you can correct it immediately or report the error.