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Preliminary TEA New Accountability System - Commissioner Morath Statement

AUSTIN – The 84th Legislature passed House Bill 2804, changing the Texas school accountability system so that every campus and district receives one of five ratings from A-F. The ratings will be issued for the first time in August 2018. “It is important to note that the Met Standard/Improvement Required ratings issued in August 2016 and updated in November 2016 are the official academic accountability ratings for the 2015–16 school year. A similar process will be used for the 2016–17 school year. Click the pic to read the entire statement.
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Preliminary TEA New Accountability System Superintendent Statement

In reaction to the new accountability system coming in 2018, Virginia Liepman, Superintendent of Schools, responded with the following: "The A-F State Accountability System continues to be predominantly driven by STAAR , a high-stakes, standardized test given once during the year. It is not an accurate reflection of quality education, the challenges of poverty, or the opportunities available to those with limited resources. In 2015, our district and both campuses were rated "Improvement Required." Click the pic to read more.
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Preliminary TEA New Accountability System

In 2015, the 84th Legislature enacted HB 2804 which in turn established an A-F rating system for public school districts and campuses to be implemented September 1, 2017 (TEC §39.054). The ratings in this report are for informational purposes only but HB 2804 changed the Texas school accountability system so that every campus and district will be given one of five ratings from A-F. On January 6, 2017, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) released the preliminary "work-in-progress report" results of the A-F ratings for districts and campuses in the state of Texas. Click the pic to read more.
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Preliminary TEA New Accountability System District Grades

Although ratings will not be issued for the first time until August 2018, and the ratings in this report are for informational purposes only, the law requires a preliminary "work-in-progress report" noting potential grades by domain to be issued to the legislature no later than January 2017. Given the limitations of data available, this report will feature possible grades for four of the five domains, but will not include an overall rating for any campus or district. Click the pic to view the preliminary grades.
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