Since 2004, AISD has conducted an annual survey to monitor campus staff’s perceptions of their school environment.The survey measures elements of teaching and learning conditions most critical to school success.
In 2011, AISD worked with the nationally recognized New Teacher Center (NTC) to create a comprehensive survey to help the district to better understand how teachers and school staff feel about critical issues that can influence educator retention and effectiveness.
The AISD REACH campus reports provide REACH campuses with information regarding key program indicators for their schools. To learn more, select a campus report.
This report summarizes results from Spring 2014 focus groups held with a sample of AISD dual language program classroom teachers to find out their opinions about the dual language program.
The Net-Talk is an online forum in which AISD staff and students can voice their opinions and share ideas with the Superintendent. To learn more about the most popular topics in the 2011-2012 student Net-Talk click here to read the full report.
Single gender schools are rapidly growing in the United States. Understanding the rationale behind these models and identifying best practices is a necessity. The following report presents research-based and hands-on strategies in all-boys settings.
The Net-Talk is an online forum in which AISD staff and students can voice their opinions and share ideas with the Superintendent. To learn more about the most popular topics in the 2011-2012 staff Net-Talk click here to read the full report.
The AISD Parent Survey was designed to monitor the relationships between campus staff and parents. The survey results provide campus staff with feedback about how parents feel they are treated by school staff and their campus' educational environment.
Professional Development Units (PDUs) are an optional component of the REACH program. The following report summarizes the effects of PDU participation on instructional practice and student growth.