The partnership between AISD and the Charles A. Dana Center was designed to improve the teaching and learning of math and showed promise in its second year of implementation. This report provides a detailed summary of results.
This report summarizes AISD's 2008-2009 student success initiative efforts to support students in reading and math.
This report summarizes 2008-2009 program evaluation results for the high school professional learning communities initiative.
The AISD level reports highlight analyses results and strategies that address the interactions among factors influencing student performance. The 2008-2009 HS level report presents results critical to student achievement at the high school level.
Student advisory classes were collaboratively implemented by the district’s Office of School Redesign, teacher leaders, and contracted support providers in all high schools during the 2008–2009 school year. This report provides a summary of results.
The Tutoring Incentive Program (TIP) provided through Austin Community College (ACC) focused on providing support for 9th-grade students enrolled in Algebra I at Eastside Memorial High School.
These reports summarize results from the 2009 Austin ISD substance use and safety survey. Reports are available for the district as well as for each middle and high school.
This report summarizes results from AISD's high school exit survey of students in the graduating Class of 2009. Reports are available by campus and for the whole district.
Question: How did currently enrolled 12th grade students (September 2008) participating in the New Tech High program at Akins High School perform on their TAKS 2007 and 2008 tests, compared with other 12 graders enrolled in Akins High School and across th
Seniors participating in the New Tech High program had higher 2008 TAKS passing rates and made greater gains on TAKS from 2007 to 2008 in most subjects when compared with other seniors at Akins High School and across the district.
The Austin Community Collaboration to Enhance Student Success (ACCESS) is a community collaboration between the Austin Independent School District (AISD) and public and nonprofit agencies. By implementing a number of innovative prevention and treatment programs to address the emotional, behavioral, and social needs of students, the ACCESS initiative seeks to promote and encourage safe and positive learning environments. Additionally, ACCESS aims to enhance the way social services are delivered on campuses by creating a youth mapping program with geographic information to locate, target, and…