For the 2006–2007 At-Risk 6th-grade cohort, more fine arts enrollment in middle school was correlated with more positive high school outcomes for students in the following areas: academic persistence (i.e., graduating, completing the GED, or maintaining enrollment beyond their expected graduation date), attendance, standardized achievement tests in math and reading, and discipline.
Students often face difficulties realizing their postsecondary aspirations. This report describes the many factors shaping students’ postsecondary decisions and subsequent enrollment in a postsecondary institution.
This report summarizes 2006-2007 evaluation results of AISD's Project Advance activities. Project Advance staff worked with high school students and their parents to prepare students for post-secondary enrollment.
Question: How Many AISD Students Who Took TAKS 2007 Reading/English Language Arts and Mathematics Performed in Different Scale Score Ranges?
This report summarizes AISD's 2007 student academic assessment results in TAKS reading/English language arts and mathematics to determine how many students performed in the following scale score ranges: less than 2000, between 2000 and 2099, between 2100 and 2199, and greater than or equal to 2200. Students must make a 2100 scale score in order to pass the TAKS (‘met standard ’).
This report summarizes how AISD used state funds to provide intensive, targeted instruction for students in kindergarten through grade 7 who had been identified as at risk for reading or math difficulties during 2006-2007.
This report summarizes information from AISD's federal Title V Part A program for the 2006-2007 school year.
Question: How Did Currently Enrolled AISD Students Who Took NCLB School Choice Transfer Option Perform on TAKS Reading/English Language Arts and Mathematics?
This report summarizes an analysis of Fall 2007 AISD students who took the NCLB school choice option in the past four years and how these students performed on TAKS reading/English language arts and mathematics in the year prior to and after they took the school choice option.
Question: How Many Currently Enrolled (Fall 2007) AISD Students Failed Both 2006-2007 TAKS Reading English Language Arts (ELA) or Mathematics? How Many Currently Enrolled (Fall 2007) AISD Students Passed Both 2006 and 2007 TAKS Reading ELA or Mathematics?
TAKS data in reading/English language arts and mathematics from 2006 and 2007 for currently enrolled AISD students (Fall 2007) were examined to find out how many students failed both tests, passed both tests, or failed one but not the other, for two consecutive years.
This report summarizes AISD's state-funded Optional Extended Year Program activities for the 2006-2007 school year.
This report summarizes results reported by facilities for neglected youth or delinquent youth in AISD's attendance zone who received services funded by federal Title I dollars during the 2006-2007 school year.