As our abilities to collect, share and analyze data grow, ACPE and our research partners hope to provide those stakeholders in Alaska’s educational system – including students, parents, educators, administrators and policy makers – with data-backed analysis and research findings.  Early efforts to provide such information are included in our reports below, as are links to a sample of our research partners’ works.


APS Outcomes Report 2016

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This scholarship, designed to be Alaska’s “invitation to excellence” when it was created in 2011, was put in place to inspire students to push themselves academically in order to succeed in college and career training.  Since then, more than 5,200 Alaskan high school graduates have benefitted from the APS, and another 7,000 remain eligible to make use of it....

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APS Survey Report 2015


Students responding to a survey of eligible students from the first four graduating high school classes able to receive the Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS) report positive impacts. The 2,121 graduates' responses reflect the APS's increasing influence on high school students doing more to prepare for postsecondary and career success.

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