Maps of selected items from the 2010-2011 AISD Student Substance Use and Safety Survey: Student tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana use by ZIP code and campus of enrollment
The maps show substance use survey responses in the neighborhood and campus contexts. This visual representation reveals moderate concentration of alcohol use in high schools as well as marijuana use on the middle school level.
This report uses the High School Exit Survey as a vehicle to explore explanations for the consistent postsecondary enrollment gap between Hispanic seniors and students of other races/ethnicities.
This report examines the relationships between four broad dimensions of school climate measured on the Staff/TELL survey, Parent survey, and the Student Climate survey as they relate to various measures of student achievement.
The ninth annual High School Exit Survey was administered online to seniors in every AISD high school during Spring 2011. In total, 3,793 seniors completed the survey, for an adjusted response rate of 87.3 percent.
The student climate survey provides campuses with important feedback from students regarding topics such as behavioral environment, adult fairness & respect, student academic self-confidence, teacher expectations, and student engagement.
In a Spring 2011 survey about professional development opportunity needs, teachers and campus administrators most often requested training in the state’s new academic assessment and using technology. For more information, read the full report.
The Student Substance Use and Safety Survey, administered annually to a random, representative sample of AISD students, provides self-report data on student knowledge, attitudes, and behavior related to substance use and school safety issues.
This report summarizes results from a survey administered in Spring 2011 to all AISD parent support specialists, who were asked to report on various activities and events involving families at their school.
A Fall 2010 survey of parents, staff, and community members showed most were very satisfied with the district's preschool program for students with disabilities (PPCD). Read the full report for more results.
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) program took the initiative to investigate safety practices in its programs, especially with regard to chemicals and hazardous materials. This report highlights some responses from the CTE safety survey.