Austin ISD statistics: Teacher salary, student demographics and more

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Austin ISD
Here's a snapshot of Austin ISD and the schools located in the Northwest Austin area.


Accountability ratings • 2016-17


Met Standard

Student achievement Y
Student progress Y
Closing the gaps Y
Postsecondary readiness Y





Statistics • 2016-17


53% of student body economically disadvantaged | 59.0% state average
28% of student body are English Language Learners (ELL) | 18.9% state average





District STAAR passing scores by grade • 2016-17


Reading

Grade 3: 76%
Grade 4: 73%
Grade 5: 83%
Grade 6: 69%
Grade 7: 72%
Grade 8: 85%
Math

Grade 3: 80%
Grade 4: 76%
Grade 5: 89%
Grade 6: 73%
Grade 7: 55%
Grade 8: 87%
End-of-course, all students:

English I: 66%
English II: 68%
Algebra I: 85%
Biology: 90%
U.S. history: 94%





Austin ISD total students


82,766






Student Ethnicity • 2016-17


Hispanic: 58%
White: 27.3%
African American: 7.6%
Asian: 4%
Two or more races: 2.9%
American Indian/Alaskan: 0.1%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.1%





Graduation rates • 2016-17


90.7% of students graduated within four years





Salaries • 2016-17


$50,144 Average annual salary of teachers
$52,525 state average





Percentage of students per campus type • 2016-17


Elementary school: 53.9%
Middle school: 19.6%
High school: 25.8%


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