If you plan to move or change schools, you need to get reliable information about the schools you are considering.
These websites will help:
Great Schools is an independent, non-profit organization that provides parents with information and tools to choose schools and support their children’s education. Great Schools has information about public schools, private schools, charter schools, home schools, No Child Left Behind, and school choice options.
These articles will help you make wise decisions when you select a school in a new community.
School Matters is a site where parents, educators and leaders can view performance, spending, and demographic information for schools and school districts in any state.
School Matters Can Help Parents . . .
- Learn about Your Child’s School
- Compare Prospective Schools Before You Move
- Select a New School
The Compare Tool provides a school overview and allows you to compare of test scores, class profiles, district financial information, and community demographics.
SOAR (Student Online Achievement Resources) is a program for military families and the school districts that serve them. It aims to address the unique challenges facing military children in our nation’s public schools, while benefiting the overall student population. Military families can register online to find state specific education information.
Search for school districts in your area and access national school rankings.
you can access:
- Links to military installations, transition resources and school websites
- Resources from specific states, including curriculum frameworks and testing information.
- Links to United States Department of Education online web resources.
- Feature to search for school districts in your area.
- Access to national rankings for school districts across the country.
Designed for military families, SchoolQuest is a safe, secure online resource. SchoolQuest is organized so that you can access information that the MCEC has gathered to help you make decisions on future schools for your children.