Getting Ahead of the Need: Comprehensive Counseling for Elementary Schools Year One Evaluation Report 2001-2002
The Getting Ahead of the Need: Comprehensive Counseling for Elementary Schools grant was awarded by the Safe and Drug Free Schools Program through the Department of Education to improve elementary school counseling prevention and intervention services offered in the Austin Independent School District.
This report summarizes the 2001-2002 program evaluation results of AISD's GEAR Up program.
This report summarizes 2001-2002 program evaluation results of AISD's career and technology education program.
This report summarizes AISD's Account for Learning evaluation report and action plan for 1999-2002.
This report summarizes results of AISD's State Compensatory Education programs for at-risk students in 2001-2002.
The Austin Collaborative for Mathematics Education (ACME) was an initiative begun in August 1997 to improve mathematics education in all AISD elementary and middle school classrooms by providing teachers with long term, high quality professional development. This report summarizes information for 2001-2002.
Title I is a compensatory education program supported by funds from the U.S. Department of Education through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.
This report summarizes the 1999-2002 program evaluation results of AISD's AVID program, a program designed to help underachieving students with academic potential prepare for entrance into colleges and universities.
This report summarizes evaluation results from AISD's Model Reading Intervention Program (MRIP) at grade 4 during the 2001-2002 school year.
The purpose of the federal Title VI, Class Size Reduction program is to reduce class sizes in grades K-3 to 18 or fewer students. Funds were used for recruiting, hiring, and training highly qualified teachers to raise student achievement through increased personal attention. This report summarizes AISD's Title VI program in 2001-2002.