This report summarizes the 2005-2006 program evaluation results of the state-funded high school initiative grant, designed to promote school-wide improvements based on campus needs assessments, focusing on teacher professional development and increased parent involvement.
This report summarizes the 2007-2008 evaluation results of AISD's high school professional learning communities initiative.
This report summarizes evaluation results from AISD's 2007-2008 high school Student Advisory/Family Advocacy Program.
Student advisory classes were collaboratively implemented by the district’s Office of School Redesign, teacher leaders, and contracted support providers in all high schools during the 2008–2009 school year. This report provides a summary of results.
This report summarizes the 2007-2008 program evaluation of professional development opportunities for teachers of English as a second language (ESL) in AISD's Quality Teaching for English Learners (QTEL) program.
Quality Teaching for English Learners (QTEL) aimed to improve teacher practice and improve student outcomes at Lanier and International High Schools. Overall, QTEL was moderately effective based on the myriad of mixed program results.
Question: Did Austin Independent School District (AISD) high school students' passing rates on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS), school attendance, graduation, meeting the TAKS college readiness standards, and taking steps to prepare fo
This report summarizes various academic data on AISD high school students from 2008-2009.
These reports summarize results from the 2009 Austin ISD substance use and safety survey. Reports are available for the district as well as for each middle and high school.
These reports summarize AISD's district and campus use of federal Title VI funds for school year 1999-2000.
Graduates from AISD in the Classes of 2011 through 2014 were increasingly more likely than their peers statewide to have been college ready in English language arts, math, and both subjects. Economically disadvantaged, African American, and Hispanic students closed gaps against their peers, and White students continued to outperform their peers statewide.