• Disconnected Youth Summit

    On May 7, 2014 MCESA will be conducting the first-ever Disconnected Youth Summit. Disconnected youth are young adults, ages 16-24, that are currently not in school or not employed. In the Phoenix metropolitan area 20% of youth are considered disconnected. This is the highest percentage in the country and is cause for alarm as well as action. Learn more about this issue and join forces with committed organizations, industry leader, and engaged community members to take on this issue and ensure all of our youth are meaningfully engaged. More
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  • Math 20/20: A New Lens for Teaching and Learning

    Learn about how MCESA and the Rodel Foundation are partnering to provide school districts with an incredible solution to effective Math Standard implementation. More
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  • Participate in the Arizona Internet School Speed Test

    As we enter the era of online assessments, it is imperative that policy makers understand how much bandwidth is currently available to our classrooms. In order to do this quickly and easily, Arizona has partnered with Education Super Highway to complete "speed tests". This data will support network planning, demonstrate the need for increased funding, and support your district's readiness for online assessments. To participate, complete the quick and easy speed test at
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  • Report Validates That Arizona Teachers Are Passionate and Committed

    Scholastic and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation recently published a report titled America's Teachers on Teaching in an Era of Change. The report validates that although 99% of Arizona teachers believe that teaching is more than just a profession, multiple factors create challenges for realizing our professions full potential. Download MCESA's Infographic summarizing this report. View full report.
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