Thirty-four teacher trainers provided guidance to newly hired AISD teachers in August 2011. When surveyed, most trainers responded that the information and support they received were of high quality and that they felt prepared.
Most teachers attending the August 2011 new teacher training responded positively to survey questions about their district and campus orientation activities. Teachers also suggested topics for future training sessions.
This report summarizes results of the AISD federally funded Title IV safe and drug-free schools and communities program evaluation for the 1999-2000 school year.
A Fall 2010 survey of parents, staff, and community members showed most were very satisfied with the district's preschool program for students with disabilities (PPCD). Read the full report for more results.
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.
These reports summarize 2011-2012 parent survey results at the campus and district level. The survey was available on the internet and by automated phone call from February through April 2012.
This report summarizes results from a survey administered in Spring 2011 to all AISD parent support specialists, who were asked to report on various activities and events involving families at their school.
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 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.
Based on spring 2012 survey results, teachers' most commonly mentioned professional development need was using technology in instruction, while campus administrators' most commonly mentioned topic was academic rigor.