Round Rock ISD statistics: Teacher salary, student demographics and more

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Here’s a snapshot of Round Rock ISD, which includes schools 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

25.9% of student body economically disadvantaged
59.0% state average
9.4% of student body are English Language Learners (ELL)
18.9% state average

District STAAR passing scores by grade • 2016-17

Reading

Grade 3: 85%
Grade 4: 83%
Grade 5: 84%
Grade 6: 81%
Grade 7: 85%
Grade 8: 87%

Math

Grade 3 87%
Grade 4 84%
Grade 5 89%
Grade 6 81%
Grade 7 77%
Grade 8 89%

End-of-course, all students

English I: 78%
English II: 79%
Algebra I: 89%
Biology: 92%
U.S. history: 96%

ROUND ROCK ISD total students

48,321

Student Ethnicity • 2016-17

White: 40.7%
Hispanic: 30.4%
Asian: 15.5%
African-American: 8.7%
Two or more races: 4.1%
Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 0.2%
American Indian/Alaskan: 0.4%

Graduation rates • 2016-17

94% of students graduated within four years

Salaries • 2016-17

$51,642 Average annual salary of teachers
$52,525 state average

Percentage of students per campus type • 2016-17

Elementary school: 46.9%
Middle school: 23.0%
High school: 30.1%

Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding.

Check out the statistics for Austin ISD and Pflugerville ISD.

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Emily Donaldson
Emily Donaldson is a recent transplant to the Austin area from Houston, Texas, where she started with Community Impact Newspaper in May 2016. Donaldson started covering public education in Cy-Fair ISD, the third largest school district in the state of Texas, and then she transitioned into her role as the company's legislative reporter, providing statehouse coverage for all 22 editions. Currently, she reports on the city of Round Rock and Round Rock ISD for the Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto edition. Donaldson graduated from the University of Missouri with bachelor's degrees in magazine journalism and political science.
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