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Student Accountability Ratings

District/Campus Accountability Ratings (2016)
The Accountability Ratings show ratings as well as the data used to determine the ratings for each campus and district. The reports show the Distinction Designations earned by campuses. 

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District/Campus Accountability Ratings (2015)
The Accountability Ratings show ratings as well as the data used to determine the ratings for each campus and district. The reports show the Distinction Designations earned by campuses.

(August, 2014) The ratings reveal that 90 percent of school districts and charters across Texas have achieved the rating of Met Standard.
RISD Accountability Campus Ratings
RISD Accountability Ratings Summary
Districts, campuses and charters receive one of three ratings under the accountability system: Met Standard;Met Alternative Standard;or Improvement Required.
School district ratings (including charter operators) by category in 2014 are as follows:

2014 RATING

DISTRICT

CHARTER

TOTAL

PERCENT

Met Standard/Alternative

949

157

1,106

90.1%

Met Standard

949

124

1,073

87.4%

Met Alternative Standard

N/A

33

33

2.7%

Improvement Required

76

35

111

9.0%

Not Rated

0

10

10

0.8%

TOTAL

1,025

202

1,227

100.0%


“Texans should be pleased to see the vast majority of districts, charters, and campuses are meeting the standards set in the second year of the state accountability system,” said Commissioner of Education Michael Williams. “While the 2014 numbers are positive, the work continues in districts across our state to meet and exceed increasing state standards and the expectations of their local communities.”

The 2014 ratings are based on a system that uses various indicators to provide greater detail on the performance of a district or charter and individual campuses throughout the state. The performance index framework includes four areas:
§ Student Achievement

§ Student Progress

§ Closing Performance Gaps

§ Postsecondary Readiness

In this second year of the accountability system, all four performance indexes include additional measures of academic performance. In addition, Index 4 (Postsecondary Readiness) includes a new measure of postsecondary success based on the percent of graduates who achieve college readiness standards in both English language arts and mathematics.
A district or campus must meet the target on all indexes for which it has performance results. For 2014 only, high schools/K-12 campuses and alternative education campuses and charter districts evaluated under alternative education accountability provisions are not being evaluated on Index 2 (Student Progress) due to the transition to a single reading and writing assessment for English I and English II. In 2013, reading and writing were tested separately.
Under the 2014 state accountability system, campus ratings (including charter campuses) by category and school type are as follows:
 

2014 RATING

ELEM

MIDDLE

HS

K-12

TOTAL

PERCENT

Met Standard/Alternative

4,112

1,510

1,388

268

7,278

84.9%

Met Standard

4,112

1,503

1,175

246

7,036

82.1%

Met Alternative Standard

0

7

213

22

242

2.8%

Improvement Required

443

143

103

61

750

8.7%

Not Rated

69

53

272

152

546

6.4%

TOTAL

4,624

1,706

1,763

481

8,574

100.0%

 

Campuses that receive an accountability rating of Met Standard are also eligible for distinction designations. Distinction designations are awarded to campuses based on achievement in several performance indicators relative to a group of 40 campuses of similar type, size and student demographics. Distinction designations can be earned by campuses in the following areas:
§ Academic Achievement in Reading/English Language Arts;

§ Academic Achievement in Mathematics;

§ Academic Achievement in Science;

§ Academic Achievement in Social Studies;

§ Top 25 Percent: Student Progress;

§ Top 25 Percent: Closing Performance Gaps; and

§ Postsecondary Readiness

The Texas Education Agency will post the final state-assigned academic ratings, as well as the locally-determined community and student engagement ratings, on the agency’s website by Oct. 1.
To assist parents and the general public, the Texas Education Agency has produced a video that offers a quick overview of the State Accountability System and what goes into the annual ratings of schools, districts and charters. The video can be viewed at: http://youtu.be/cbEgrdijuc8



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