2013 was the first year of campus and district ratings under the new state accountability system. The accountability system is composed of four indexes:
- Index 1 – Student Achievement,
- Index 2 – Student Progress,
- Index 3 – Closing Performance Gaps, and
- Index 4 – Postsecondary Readiness.
Campuses serving Grades 8 and below must meet targets on the first three indexes in order to meet state standards. Campuses serving Grades 9 and above must meet targets on all four indexes. Districts and campuses were assigned the following rating labels in 2013 based on the performance index accountability system:
- Met Standard – met performance index targets
- Met Alternative Standard – met modified performance index targets for alternative education campuses and districts
- Improvement Required – did not meet one or more performance index targets
- Not Rated – not rated for one or more reasons as outlined in the TEA Accountability manual
- Not Rated: Data Integrity Issues – not rated due to questions/concerns about the accuracy and/or integrity of performance results
Campus state accountability ratings for 2017: Click here
The following reports are available below for each campus: Accountability Summary; Index Calculations and Data Tables; Distinction Designations; and System Safeguards.