In Fall 2016, the Families as Partners Initiative, funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, hosted its first parent camp for families of five schools in North Austin. This report describes the camp activities and summarizes the feedback parents provided about their experience.
The student climate survey provides the opportunity to monitor students’ opinions regarding topics such as behavioral environment, adult fairness and respect, student academic self-confidence, teacher expectations, student engagement, and social emotional learning (SEL) skills.
The 2017 AISD Parent Survey asked parents about their interactions with school staff, the adequacy of information and opportunities provided by the school, community engagement, and district decision making.
The Coordinated School Health (CSH) reports describe how the CSH program was implemented at AISD campuses. The reports provide summary- and campus-level information about achieved CSH action goals and information about changes in physical fitness of students at the campus since the previous year.
ELLs are assessed annually in academic subject areas using the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) at elementary and middle school levels. This report describes continuously enrolled AISD ELLs’ performance as compared with all AISD students' performance on STAAR reading and math by program, from 2012–2013 through 2015–2016.
This report describes how mindfulness strategies have been used in Austin ISD and summarizes students' and staff members' perceptions of mindfulness strategies.
Report of program evaluation activities for the 2016-2017 school year.
This report provides information on AISD's bilingual and English as a Second Language programs implemented in 2016–2017, summarizing the numbers of students served, and students’ language acquisition and academic performance.
This report summarizes student-level analyses conducted with the SEL Skills Survey and the Student Climate Survey to determine if a single measure of students' SEL skill acquisition and perceptions of school climate is possible.
Summary the Educator Excellence Innovation Program (EEIP) in Austin Independent School District Into the Third Year of Implementation
EEIP is a Texas Education Agency (TEA) grant program that funds innovation in teacher supports and leadership opportunities.