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Tucson Unified Curriculum
Tucson Unified School District is committed to the academic achievement of every student enrolled at the District. The District provides equal access for all students to each of its educational opportunities, such as Advanced Learning Experiences, Dual Language Programs, and Exceptional/Special Education.
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AzMERIT

Information and resources about AzMERIT, the state's assessment program, is available on our AzMERIT webpage.

Arizona Civics Test

Attention juniors and parents of juniors: In 2015, the Arizona legislature passed the American Civics Act (House Bill 2064) requiring the graduating class of 2017 to pass a civics test based on the United States Immigration and Naturalization civics questions.  Students will be required to score 60% or higher in order to graduate from high school or obtain a high school equivalency certificates. Students may retake the test as many times as necessary to pass. Students receiving special education services are exempt from obtaining a passing score unless required by an IEP.

To prepare for this test, please this Study Guide for Arizona Civics Test.

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