This story has been updated to reflect a clarification regarding Texas Education Agency data for how much the district spent per student.
Round Rock ISD earned a "B" rating, scoring 89 out of 100 points, from the Texas Education Agency's 2021-22 accountability ratings released Aug. 15. The district also received a "B" from the TEA for the 2018-19 school year—scoring an 89—and an "A" for the 2017-18 school year, scoring a 90.
The TEA did not release accountability ratings for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Round Rock ISD campus ratings
The data visualization above shows all RRISD campuses along with their individual campus rating from TEA accountability data. the TEA is not providing ratings to campuses that received less than a C, according to the agency.
The big picture
According to the TEA's report, RRISD scored an 89 out of 100 for all three of its performance goals: student achievement, school progress and closing learning gaps. Student achievement goals are based on the proportion of students meeting expectations for the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness, while school progress tracks that performance over time. A district's ability to ensure the success of all student groups determines where it stands as far as closing learning gaps, according to the TEA.
Similarly, RRISD received a superior rating of "A" from the Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas. Announced Aug. 4, preliminary financial ratings and information show RRISD spent $15,241 per student for the 2021-22 school year, which was slightly higher than the state average of $14,752. However, this data is based on total funding received by the district and does not account for recapture payments made to the state.
Additional information regarding TEA accountability ratings for RRISD is available here.