AISD’s Teacher of the Year Program (TOY) recognizes and honors teachers who have demonstrated exemplary leadership and teaching. This report investigates the differences between TOY and other teachers in AISD.
Data collected from REACH program staff and participants indicate three factors predict high campus implementation and program impact: 1. principals support, 2. attitudes toward SLOs, 3. teacher self-efficacy. Read the report for more information.
High-quality intensive mentoring for novice teachers is one of the most critical support elements of REACH. This report illustrates activities mentors conducted in 2009-2010, novice teacher retention results, and mentoring program ratings.
This report describes results for the school-wide growth component of the AISD REACH strategic compensation program in 2009-2010.
AISD REACH Program Update: Teacher attitudes toward strategic compensation, their work, environment, and job satisfaction
This report summarizes AISD's REACH program teachers' attitudes toward strategic compensation, comparing results from 2009-2010 to 2008-2009.
AISD REACH Program Update 2009-2010 Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) Results and Student Learning Objectives (SLOs)
This report describes the relationship between Student Learning Objectives and student performance on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills.
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.
A Spring 2010 survey of teachers and campus administrators showed that staff most often requested additional training in integrating technology into instruction, rigor in the curriculum, and differentiated instruction.
AISD used more than $31 million federal Title I Part A funds in 2009-2010 to support almost 45,000 students at 71 Title I schools. This report summarizes compliance and service data.
During 2009–2010, 479 new teachers were mentored by 419 experienced teachers during more than 12,000 sessions. Planning was the most common type of mentoring activity. See the report for more details.