In this report, we grouped students into three distinct categories, based on how they approached arts learning during high school, which we named spartans, explorers, and deep divers. The approach to arts learning represents not just the students, but also the opportunities and barriers they encountered. We found that these approaches are strongly associated with student characteristics and postsecondary outcomes. Our hope is that understanding the three approaches to arts learning will inform how we strategize for more equitable access to the arts during high school.
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.
This report summarizes evaluation results for AISD's federally-funded Title IV safe and drug-free schools program activities for the 2000-2001 school year.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Evaluation 2009-2011
AISD used $16 million to support 25 ARRA IDEA projects to reduce the student academic achievement gap, reduce disproportionality, reduce dropout, improve district processes, improve teacher quality, and evaluate programs.
Funds from the Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1994 supported AISD's Title IV program with the goal of enabling schools to supplement local efforts to eliminate violence and the use of drugs, tobacco, and alcohol among students.
This report describes the AISD at-risk student population and expenditures for 2012-2013, results from program evaluations conducted in 2011-2012 and 2012-2013, and the longitudinal disparity between performance of at-risk and not-at-risk students.
This report summarizes results from the Austin Community Collaboration to Enhance Student Success (ACCESS) program in AISD during 2007-2008.