These reports summarize parents' feedback about their treatment by school staff, information received from school, the school's environment, school-based programs, and the food service. Campus reports were created if there were 10 or more surveys completed.
The student climate survey provides the opportunity to monitor students’ opinions regarding topics such as behavioral environment, adult fairness & respect, student academic self-confidence, teacher expectations, student engagement, school connectedness and SEL skills.
The Teaching, Empowering, Leading and Learning (TELL) AISD Survey gathers information about school conditions from the educators working in schools. TELL obtains perceptions on a variety of issues related to student achievement and staff retention. In 2016, 5,309 AISD teachers (91%) and 3,092 other campus employees completed the survey.
This report summarizes an external evaluation of the School-Connect program, an SEL curriculum for 9th grade students, at three AISD high schools.
This report, prepared in collaboration with the AISD Office of Innovation and Development (OID), summarizes the accomplishments of SEL in AISD from 2011-2012 through 2015-2016.
This report summarizes feedback from teachers and program coordinators who participated in focus group discussions about a newly implemented professional development model called Project GLAD.
This annual report summarizes Austin ISD's English language learner students and the bilingual and ESL programs in which they participated during the 2015-2016 school year. The report includes summaries of data on student demographics, language acquisition, and academic performance. Este informe anual resume los estudiantes de Austin ISD que aprenden inglés y los programas bilingües y de ESL en los que participaron durante el año escolar 2015-2016. El informe incluye resúmenes de datos sobre demografía estudiantil, adquisición de lenguaje y desempeño académico.
This report presents outcomes for students who participated in the Cycle 8 of Afterschool Centers on Education (ACE) program managed by Boys and Girls Club of the Greater Austin Area in 2015-2016. The report compares student outcomes over two years by level of program participation.
The Creative Learning Initiative (CLI) is a community-wide effort to bring creative learning and the arts to each and every student in Austin. Lead by MINDPOP, the City of Austin, and the Austin Independent School District (AISD), CLI designs systemic and sustainable programs that integrate creativity, creative teaching strategies, and the arts with classroom teaching, campus programming, and campus improvement. Evaluation findings suggest CLI implementation had a positive impact on the district, its teachers and the students it serves.
This report presents outcomes for students who participated in the Cycle 8 of Afterschool Centers on Education (ACE) program in 2015-2016. The report compares student outcomes over two years by level of program participation.