DRE’s evaluation support for family and community involvement includes but is not limited to conducting a survey of parents (Parent Survey results); reporting on compliance with federal grant requirements; and upon request, assisting parent support staff at the district and campus levels with their data collection and reporting activities. The federal Every Student Succeeds Act Title I A and III A grant programs emphasize parent and family involvement to support children’s academic success. For information about the Title I A grant, click here. According to the Title III A grant program, the district must provide support to parents of students who are English learners. All campuses are required to involve parents and family members in school plans and activities, especially the campus improvement plan process.
Family and Community
This brief report summarizes some of the family engagement services provided by AISD parent support specialists to families at their schools during the 2019-2020 school year.
The AISD Family Pulse survey was launched to all families on June 24th and closed on July 13th. Families were asked to respond to the survey once for each child they had enrolled in AISD in the 2019- 2020 school year, excluding exiting seniors. Families responded on behalf of just over 26,000 students (N= 26,255) out of a possible 75,592 students for about a 35% response rate for the survey. Families were asked questions about their plans and preferences for sending each of their children physically back to school in 2020-2021.
This executive summary provides an overview of Family Survey results in Spring 2020. The survey results are used to monitor parents and guardians' attitudes of the campus where their child is enrolled. To view complete results online, click on the Interactive Report link below, then select "Family Survey" from the drop down menu at the top left of the page.
This report provides a brief overview of Culturally Responsive Restorative Practices, an innovative framework intended to address discipline disparities and improve school climate and culture at ten AISD schools. This work is part of a 5-year, $3.5 million Education Innovation and Research (EIR) grant from the U.S. Department of Education. Data include staff and student demographics, student attendance, STAAR math and reading passing rates, perceptions of school climate, and disciplinary practices.