Overall Performance for the district.
The report card is designed to inform the public how well the district and campuses are helping students reach grade level and preparation for success after high school. Much like the grades on report cards, these grades identify ways to help schools improve over time. The overall grade is based on performance in three different areas or domains.
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Student achievement indicates how well students performed on the state assessment, STAAR. (40%). Additional factors include the performance of seniors obtaining the College, Career, and Military Readiness, (40%), and graduation rate (20%).
The domain measures student performance on STAAR this year versus last year in reading and math. It also compares student performance on STAAR compared to other districts with similar economically disadvantaged percentages.
Closing the Gaps
The third domain indicated how well different populations of students are performing at the top two achievement levels on the STAAR. The Grade Level Performance indicates how well all groups of students are meeting the average performance statewide in 2016-17.
Academic Growth indicates the percentage of students who gain a year academically in reading and math at the state goal. For high school, it factors goals set for graduation rates. The third area of analysis is the English Language learners meeting the state set goal. The fourth area of analysis is the average percentage of students mastering, meeting, and approaching grade level at the statewide goal set in 2016-17.