AIMS Pass Rate in Arizona by Home Language
From 2005 to 2008, more than half of Arizona’s non-English home language students (either Spanish or Navajo) did not pass AIMS (both Reading and Math), while their English home language peers performed notably better. This changed in 2009, when more than half of Spanish home language students passed the AIMS test.
Note: The "non-English home language students" are defined as students who reported a home language other than English. In this data set, the non-English home languages represented are Spanish and Navajo.