This report summarizes AISD English learners’ (ELs) Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) performance on the 2019 Spring test administration. Student performance is summarized by domain and composite ratings, years in U.S. schools, and yearly progress.
This report summarizes AISD English learners’ (ELs) TELPAS performance on the 2018 Spring administration. Student performance is summarized by domain and composite ratings, and years in U.S. schools. The changes made to the test are also discussed.
This report provides a longitudinal analysis of enrollment patterns and development of English proficiency among International High School students.
This report summarizes Spring 2016 Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) results for Austin ISD's English language learner (ELL) students. TELPAS is used annually in Texas public schools to assess ELLs' English acquisition in listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
This report summarizes the 2007-2008 program evaluation of professional development opportunities for teachers of English as a second language (ESL) in AISD's Quality Teaching for English Learners (QTEL) program.
This report summarizes highlights from the Dual Language Program rubric classroom observations conducted in October 2015. Observers rated several aspects of program implementation according to the rubric and provided comments about classroom practices observed.
The following report examines the Dual Language Program implementation in three school districts similar to AISD. The school districts are compared in terms of demographic composition, program implementation, and English language learners' academic performance on STAAR 2014.
This report suggests potential program sites for the middle school dual language program based on student needs, campus capacity, and parental and staff interest.
This report summarizes the bilingual and English as a second language programs implemented during 2017–2018. Programs and program participation are summarized, as well as student demographic characteristics and the number of students served.
Ninth-grade predictors of dropout risk among English language learners were having an attendance rate below 90%, being 16 years or older, earning less than 5 credits, attending a Title I campus and scoring beginning or intermediate on TELPAS reading.