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Each year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) publishes a state report for the district and a report card for each school based on the previous school year. TEA uses data collected through Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) and other sources to produce Texas Academic Performance Each year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) publishes a state report for the district and a report card for each school based on the previous school year. TEA uses data collected through Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) and other sources to produce Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR). Click on the titles below to access the latest reports.

The Accountability Ratings site shows ratings as well as the data used to determine the ratings for each campus and district. The site also shows the distinction designations earned by campuses.

The Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR), formerly known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) reports, pull together a wide range of information annually on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas. The reports also provide extensive information on staff, programs, and demographics for each school and district.

The TAPRs were previously known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) Reports. Those reports were published from 1990-91 to 2011-12. They may be found at the AEIS Archive.

The School Report Cards include select information from the TAPR. 

The Snapshot provides an overview of public education in Texas for a particular school year that includes a profile of basic characteristics for each district.

Texas Performance Reporting System (TPRS) provides additional performance reports and results not previously available.

The Texas Consolidated School Rating Report (TCSR) combines the accountability rating, distinction designations, Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) rating, and community and student engagement rating for each district and campus in Texas.

Community and Student Engagement Ratings,Texas Education Code §39.0545, requires each school district to evaluate itself and each of its campuses in the area of community and student engagement and assign ratings of exemplary, recognized, acceptable, or unacceptable. The ratings are based on locally determined criteria. Districts must also indicate whether they have complied with statutory reporting and policy requirements. More information regarding the Community and Student Engagement ratings is available on our Frequently Asked Questions page. 


  • CSISD CaSE 2014-15 is attached.

Distinction designations are awarded in recognition of outstanding achievement in academic areas in addition to those evaluated under state accountability. Campus distinctions are based on indicators of student performance in comparison to 40 similar campuses (Texas Education Code [TEC] §§39.201–203). 




The Texas School Accountability Dashboard makes it possible to find clear and concise accountability information and demographics for an individual school, an entire school district, or the state as a whole. It also allows anyone to easily compare districts or schools. 

The Glossary for the Texas Academic Performance Report provides definitions and explanation of each performance rating described by education code. More information can be found on the TEA website Performance Reporting Resources.

The One-Page Overview of the Performance Index Framework is attached. It provides an explanation of the Performance Indexes. 

The 2015 Accountability Manual can be found on the 2015 Accountability Ratings System site. It provides a complete explanation of all aspects of the accountability system. The 2015 Accountability FAQ site is answers frequently asked questions regarding accountability. 

TEA Pocket Edition was published annually since 1991-92 school year. Pocket Edition reports a variety of state-level statistics on topics such as: Students; TAKS Performance & Participation; Graduates & college Admissions; Attendance, Completion & Dropout; Accountability Ratings; Personnel; and Finances.

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), Report Center

One of the AEIS public notification requirements is to include information received under Texas Education Code §51.403(e) for each high school campus in the district. This information, provided to districts from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB), reports on student performance in postsecondary institutions during the first year enrolled after graduation from high school.

 

Texas Higher Education Data on Texas High School Graduates

Federal Report Cards are on the TEA website.