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Recent Publications

2018-2019 Coordinated School Health

Coordinated School Health (CSH) Program implementation data are collected from each Austin Independent School District campus in the spring. Campus results are reflected in the district’s strategic plan scorecard and in AISD’s Local Accountability System. * To view the report, click on the link below, then select "Coordinated School Health" from the drop down menu at the top left of the page.

Eighth-Grade Dual Language Students' Feedback on the Dual Language Program, 2018-2019

This report summarizes results from a 2019 spring survey of 8th-grade students in the middle school Dual Language Program. Most students indicated they enjoyed the program, realized the academic benefits, and wanted to continue Dual Language in high school.

Relationship Between Principal Leadership and General Climate: Correlations of TELL AISD Subscales by Level

The TELL AISD Survey consists of several subscales, or constructs, that contain conceptually similar items. This report explores the relationship between the constructs of principal leadership and general climate by level and for the district overall. Statistically significant relationships between principal leadership and general climate were found.

Academic Benefits of Athletics: Summary of Outcomes for the Graduating Class of 2017

This report summarizes the academic and post-secondary outcomes for student athletes and non-athletes in the 2017-2018 school year.

Fifth-Grade Native English Speakers' Performance on the Spanish-Language Proficiency Assessment, STAMP 4Se, 2018-2019

This report examines fifth-grade native English speakers’ performance on the Spanish language proficiency assessment. Spanish language proficiency was assessed with the STAMP 4Se assessment, which was given in the Spring 2019 semester to fifth-grade native English speaking students enrolled in the two-way Dual Language (DL) Program. Students were assessed on four domains of Spanish language proficiency (reading, listening, writing, and speaking). Student performance levels on all four domains increased compared with student performance in 2018.