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Impact Data & Reports

More NAZ is better. 

In FY22 (July 1-, 2021-June 30, 2022) NAZ and our partner data showed that the return to in-person schooling remained challenging. Scholars in Minnesota are struggling to meet state academic standards. NAZ scholars are struggling more, and yet…

  • Over half of NAZ early childhood scholars are meeting or exceeding developmental expectations. 

  • NAZ 3rd-8th grade scholars have better attendance at school and higher academic proficiency rates than non-NAZ 3rd-8th grade  scholars. 

  • More NAZ is better. Deeper and longer engagement in NAZ leads to better academic outcomes.  

  • NAZ parents take action to improve their parenting. More parents graduated from Family Academy than ever before. 

In fiscal year 2022...

of NAZ early childhood scholars are meeting or exceeding developmental expectations.
scholars are in the NAZ collaborative, and those numbers are on the rise.
of NAZ 3rd-8th grade scholars had consistent attendance at school.
parents graduated from a NAZ Family Academy class.

Results Reports & Current Strategic Plan

Maggie with Marshawn and Marquan

Read stories of our scholars' successes

Marshawn and Marquan are true examples of how NAZ works alongside families with scholars of all ages to assist in furthering their excellence.

The Impact of COVID-19 on Data

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our ability to gauge Kindergarten readiness and the academic progress of our scholars. We are currently working with our educational partners to help them recover from setbacks caused by the pandemic, complete academic assessments, and accelerate learning. In the coming year, we will revisit our baselines and targets using the most complete data available.

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