Following what Round Rock ISD Superintendent Hafedh Azaiez described as a “routine review” of Texas Education Agency accountability data, the district's rating remains an 89, or B, and its accreditation status has been fully restored.
The agency placed RRISD's accountability rating, calculated using multiple metrics and district performance data, as well as its accreditation status under review in January. District officials said the routine review is conducted by the agency and includes multiple school districts to ensure that their processes and data are correct.
“We are grateful for the restoration of our accountability rating and accreditation status as they represent the hard work of so many to educate our students,” Azaiez said. “While we were confident that no wrongdoing would be found, we know data-assurant systems like these are necessary to ensure fidelity to the state’s accountability system. We are grateful for the TEA doing their due diligence to ensure the accuracy of scores of school district’s statewide.”