TEA AEIS Reports, School Report Cards, and Accountability Summaries:
State and Federal Requirements for Dissemination of District/Campus Academic Performance and Other Reports
HB 3297 Subchapter J, Chapter 39, in the Texas Education Code requires districts to post their most current accountability ratings, their most current Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) reports, and their most current School Report Cards on the district website by the 10th day of the school year. The bill also requires districts to include the most current campus performance rating with the first student report card each year.
For further information concerning accountability ratings, Academic Excellence Indicator System reports, or School Report Cards contact the Performance Reporting Division at 512-463-9704.
The Point Isabel Independent School District is sharing this information about the district and your child’s campus with you as part of its obligations under the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB).
Federal Report Cards for the state, the district, and each of the district’s campuses are now available on the district’s website at this link: www.pi-isd.net or are also available on the Texas Education Agency’s website at:
(TEA) Federal Report Card
Information on these report cards includes:
Part I: Percent Tested and Student Achievement by Proficiency Level – Provides the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) performance results and participation for each subject area and grade level tested. Participation reports also include reports of the participation of Children with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) by assessment type.
Part II: Student Achievement and State Academic Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs) – Provides the AMO outcomes and data table of STAAR performance results for each subject area tested in the accountability subset. This section also includes participation rates on STAAR for reading/English and mathematics, use of alternative assessments, plus four-year and five-year graduation rates.
Part III: Priority and Focus Schools – Priority schools are the lowest 5% of Title I served campuses based on performance in reading and mathematics and graduation rates. Focus schools are 10% of Title I served campuses, not already identified as priority schools, that have the widest gaps between student group performance and safeguard targets.
Part IV: Teacher Quality Data – Provides information on teacher quality in three parts.
Part A – Percent of Teachers by Highest Degree Held – Professional qualifications of all public elementary and secondary teachers in the Texas.
Part B and C – Teachers with Emergency/Provisional Credentials, Highly Qualified (HQ) Teachers Low Poverty/Low Poverty Summary Reports – Percentage of all public elementary and secondary school teachers teaching with emergency or provisional credentials, and the percentage of classes in the state not taught by highly qualified teachers disaggregated by high-poverty compared to low-poverty schools.
Part V: Graduates Enrolled in Texas Institution of Higher Education (IHE) – Provides the percentage of students who enroll and begin instruction at an institution of higher education in Texas during the school year (fall or spring semester) following high school graduation.
Part VI: Statewide National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Results – Provides most recent NAEP results for Texas showing reading and mathematics performance results and participation rates, disaggregated by student group.
If you have difficulty accessing the information from the website, hard copies of the reports are available at the district or campus office. If you have questions about the information, please contact Ana Holland at 943-0008.
The following links provide the required district and campus information and reports that fulfill the state and federal requirements for the Point Isabel Independent School District:
- District/campus academic accountability ratings are based on state-generated data tables. To view the data tables for Point Isabel ISD or its campuses:
- The Texas Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) reports pull together a wide range of information on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas every year. These reports are posted online in the fall. For AEIS reports for district/campus:
AEIS Reports and follow instructions.
- Texas annually rates its public schools and districts on the academic performance of their students. To search state performance ratings for the district/campus:
- The School Report Cards provide a subset of the information available in the AEIS reports on the performance of students at public schools. For campus report cards:
- Under the accountability provisions in the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, all public school campuses, school districts, and the state are evaluated for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). Districts, campuses, and the state are required to meet AYP criteria on three measures: Reading/Language Arts, Mathematics, and either Graduation Rate (for high schools and districts) or Attendance Rate (for elementary and middle/junior high schools). AYP Reports are posted online in the fall. For AYP reports district/campus:
- NCLB requires that district publicly report, beginning with the 2002-2003 school year, the annual progress of the local education agency (LEA-district) as a whole and of each of the campuses served by the LEA, in meeting the State's measurable objectives regarding the percentage of classes taught by highly qualified teachers. Highly Qualified Reports are posted online in the fall. For these reports: