As Part of Senate Bill (SB) 1365, all districts and campuses receive a label of A, B, C or Not Rated: Senate Bill 1365 for 2022. Any domain or overall scaled score less than 70 receives the Not Rated: Senate Bill 1365 label.
Overview of the Accountability System
The overall design of the accountability system evaluates performance according to three domains: Student Achievement, School Progress, and Closing the Gaps. Below is a brief description of each Domain.
Student Achievement evaluates performance across all subjects for all students, on both general and alternate assessments, College, Career, and Military Readiness (CCMR) indicators, and graduation rates.
School Progress measures district and campus outcomes in two areas: the number of students that grew at least one year academically (or are on track) as measured by STAAR results and the achievement of all students relative to districts or campuses with similar economically disadvantaged percentages.
Closing the Gaps uses disaggregated data to demonstrate differentials among racial/ethnic groups, socioeconomic backgrounds and other factors. The indicators included in this domain, as well as the domain’s construction, align the state accountability system with the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
Districts and campuses receive an overall rating, as well as a rating for each domain. The rating labels for districts and campuses are as follows.
A, B, or C: Assigned for overall performance and for performance in each domain to districts and campuses (including those evaluated under alternative education accountability [AEA]) that meet the performance target for the letter grade.
Not Rated - Senate Bill 1365: Assigned in 2022 for overall performance to districts and campuses that do not meet the performance target to earn at least a C.
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View prior year reports.