Question: What were the longitudinal Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) achievement patterns for English Language Learners (ELLs) from school years 2005-2006 to 2008-2009?
This report shows the longitudinal TAKS passing rates by subject area for AISD's English language learner students over time (2005-2006 to 2008-2009).
Rising Kindergarten and 1st Grade Summer School Program for English Language Learners Evaluation, Summer 2009
In 2009, AISD offered a summer bilingual program, serving 1,645 rising kindergarten students and 1,712 rising 1st-grade students at 10 campuses to prevent the loss of academic skills between school years. This report summarizes the program's student enrollment, attendance, and academic performance.
Question: Did mother's completion of the ePromotora program influence children's prekindergarten (pre-k) academic achievement, school attendance, and personal development?
This 2008-2009 school year program uses a train-the-trainer model in which Spanish-speaking mothers participate in a 6-week course about teaching early literacy skills and preparing their children for school. Sixty-nine of 107 mothers completed the program in 2008–2009. Students of mothers who completed the program showed academic gains.
Bilingual Education and English as a Second Language Programs Longitudinal Summary Report: 2005-2006 to 2008-2009
This report summarizes data on English language learners' academic achievement, English language acquisition, and other school data from 2005–2006 to 2008–2009 school years.
Question: What are the performance results for AISD former ELL students on TAKS Mathematics, Reading, Social Studies, Science, and Writing in Spring 2008 compared with those of general education students (non-ELLs)?
At the elementary grade level, former ELL students’ TAKS passing rates in Mathematics, Reading/ELA, and Writing significantly exceeded the TAKS passing rates of non-ELL students. At the secondary level, former ELL students’ passing rates on TAKS Mathematics, Social Studies, and Science were significantly lower than the passing rates of non-ELL students.
This report examines 2008-2009 academic performance of students who have exited bilingual education (BE) or English as second language (ESL) programs.