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School Grading Report Cards

Click on a school to see the 2018 Report Card from NMPED

School Grading is part of state and federal statute that mandates accountability for all public schools. The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), originally enacted in 1965, requires schools to show annual improvement in mathematics and reading. In 2011, New Mexico lawmakers enacted additional requirements that schools demonstrate progress through a grading system similar to that applied to students (§22-2-1, §22-2-2, and §22-2E-1 to §22-2E-4, and 6.19.8 NMAC).

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Los Alamos Public Schools is ranked as one of the premier school districts in the United States. LAPS serves as the primary school district for Los Alamos County, a county recently recognized as a Top 10 County for public schools. See links below on our outstanding achievements for the school district and our outstanding partnership with Los Alamos County.

#1 School District in New Mexico

Top 10 Counties in America for Education

Best Places to Live Top 10

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