Announcements

Campus Report Cards now Available

Two report cards about your campus are now available for you to review.  They’re called the State of Texas 2020–21 School Report Card and the Federal Report Card.   Why it matters: These report cards provide information about student performance on the…

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Superintendent Asks Community for Support on Improving Academics, Balancing Budget (En español)

Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde asked the community for support as she has to make tough decisions to improve academics and balance the budget. 

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Austin ISD seeing results from work on cultural proficiency, social-emotional learning

While Austin ISD is being recognized across the nation for its work in social-emotional learning and cultural proficiency, the real effect is in the classroom.  “What we’ve noticed in the classrooms is that kids have a better sense of identity, but more than…

District provides equity assessment update

Austin ISD could move forward with a Request for Proposal for an equity assessment as early as Oct. 28, according to an update provided at last week’s meeting.

Crockett ECHS Principal Receives Prestigious “Champions for School Climate” Award

When you visit Crockett Early College High School, you walk into an atmosphere that is committed to equity, supportive relationships, quality teaching and learning, and a sense of belonging. These qualities were stewarded by Principal Kori Crawford which led…

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Austin ISD teachers and students concerned about impacts of restricting social studies curriculum

For some teachers, there’s been an extra challenge as they prepare lessons for the year – making sure they don’t violate new laws passed by the Texas Legislature.

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Guest Lecturer Discusses Importance of Family Engagement

In a Zoom meeting with community members on Wednesday, Karen L. Mapp, Ed.D., said family engagement is essential for student and school success now more than ever.

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Austin ISD looks to tackle racial disparities in disciplinary data (En español)

Despite a reduction in overall disciplinary actions during the 2019-20 school year, Black students in Austin ISD were still nearly five times more likely than white students to receive disciplinary action, according to a report compiled by the district.