Summary of Title I Services for Private Schools and Facilities for Neglected or Delinquent Students, 2009–2010
This report summarizes federal Title I services provided to eligible students at participating private school programs and facilities for delinquent or neglected students within the AISD attendance area in 2009–2010.
AISD provided summer programs in 2010 for students to accelerate academic learning, maintain academic skills between school years, recover course credits, retake state achievement tests, or experience school-level transition activities.
AISD supported parent training in the Love and Logic curriculum during 2009–2010, and survey results indicated that most parents reported improvements in their children’s behavior and their own behavior after completing training.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Individuals with Disablities Education Act (ARRA IDEA), 2009-2010 Summary
This report summarizes 2009-2010 projects funded by AISD's $17 million American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act grant.
Question: What impact did the New Teacher Academy (NTA) in August 2009 have on its teacher participants 3 months later when they were teaching in the classroom?
Newly hired AISD teachers who attended the district’s new teacher training in August 2009 were surveyed in November 2009 about the training and their needs for training and support.
This report summarizes the 2009-2010 results of 25 AISD's special education grant projects. Goals were to reduce the student achievement gap and disproportionality, improving teacher quality and district processes, and evaluating projects.
This report summarizes survey results from campus staff participating in AISD's ARRA IDEA Eliminating the Gap project, highlighting successful schools’ best practices in supporting special education students’ passing 2010 TAKS reading/ELA and math.
Results from a November 2009 survey of new teachers 3 months after they had completed new teacher training showed that most teachers felt the training had been beneficial. Teachers also reported areas in which they wanted more training.