The maps are part of a larger project developed to understand students’ mobility. They represent specific areas within Austin Independent School District (AISD) that have high and low levels of student residential mobility, and are used as a visual tool for understanding which areas are most affected by residential mobility.
Maps of selected items from the 2010-2011 AISD Student Substance Use and Safety Survey: Student tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana use by ZIP code and campus of enrollment
The maps show substance use survey responses in the neighborhood and campus contexts. This visual representation reveals moderate concentration of alcohol use in high schools as well as marijuana use on the middle school level.
These maps were designed in order to understand students’ mobility. They represent areas and campuses within the district that have varying levels of student campus mobility, and are used as a visual tool for understanding student mobility patterns.
This report uses the High School Exit Survey as a vehicle to explore explanations for the consistent postsecondary enrollment gap between Hispanic seniors and students of other races/ethnicities.
This project combines qualitative and quantitative data to provide a comprehensive examination of mentoring practice in an attempt to understand the ways in which mentoring leads to positive outcomes for beginning teachers and their students.
AISD REACH supports educators with mentoring and professional development opportunities, and rewards teaching in high needs schools, achieving student learning objectives, and schoolwide growth. This report highlights program successes since 2007-08.
This report analyzes how students with disabilities (SDs) performed on 2011 NAEP reading and mathematics compared (a) with their peers in similar TUDA districts, (b) over time, and (c) with AISD non-SD students.
Educators in REACH schools participated in focus groups and surveys about their experiences. Attitudes regarding the program and its elements were largely favorable, despite some challenges.
This report examines the relationships between four broad dimensions of school climate measured on the Staff/TELL survey, Parent survey, and the Student Climate survey as they relate to various measures of student achievement.
Professional Development Units (PDUs) were new to the REACH program in 2010-2011. This report summarizes participants' experiences with PDUs and the influence of PDUs on student performance on TAKS and Student Learning Objectives.