Sunday , 17 December 2017

Accountability Ratings: See Which MISD Schools Earned Distinctions

misdThe Texas Education Agency has released the 2013 accountability ratings for schools and districts across Texas based on a new accountability system developed since the dismantling of TAKS after 2011. No school or district ratings were issued last year as the state planned its new accountability approach.

The 2013 ratings are based primarily on student testing results for the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) taken last spring in grades 3-8 and on End of Course exams in grades 9-12 (EOC’s).

This year, TEA has issued Texas schools and districts one of two possible ratings: Met Standard or Improvement Required. These replace the former ratings of Exemplary, Recognized, Academically Acceptable and Academically Unacceptable. Next year, TEA will reveal a new rating system that is currently under development.

2013 MISD Ratings

McKinney ISD and every campus in the District received a 2013 rating of Met Standard.

Additionally, campuses across the District earned distinction in at least one of three academic areas: Reading/English Language Arts, Math and Student Progress. To earn distinction, schools had to score in the top 25 percent among 40 schools grouped by similarity across the state by TEA.

Nine McKinney ISD campuses earned at least one distinction, six earned at least two distinctions and five schools earned distinctions in all three areas.

“I am pleased with the results,” said McKinney ISD Superintendent Dr. J.D. Kennedy. “It’s great to see that we met the standard on the accountability rating as a district and that every single campus met the standard.”

“There is always room for improvement,” he said. “We see opportunities for growth with our English language learners and our economically disadvantaged students. We still need to focus on improving the academic performance in those subgroups. But, overall, I am pleased with the results and feel like we’re headed in the right direction.”

To view individual TEA campus reports click here.

Elementary Distinctions Earned: (√ denotes distinction)

Campus Name Reading/ELA Math Top 25%
Student Progress
Bennett ES
Burks ES
Caldwell ES
Eddins ES
Finch ES
Glen Oaks ES
Reuben Johnson ES
Malvern ES
McClure ES
McGowen ES
McNeil ES
Minshew ES
Press ES
Slaughter ES
Valley Creek ES
Vega ES
Walker ES
Webb ES
Wilmeth ES
Wolford ES

Middle School Distinctions Earned: (√ denotes distinction)

Campus Name Reading/ELA Math Top 25%
Student Progress
Cockrill MS
Dowell MS
Evans MS
Faubion MS
Scott Johnson MS

High School Distinctions Earned: (√ denotes distinction)

Campus Name Reading/ELA Math Top 25%
Student Progress
McKinney Boyd HS
McKinney HS
McKinney North HS

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