How Houston-area school districts compared in TEA’s 2018-19 accountability rating system

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The Texas Education Agency released the 2018-19 A-F accountability ratings for school districts and individual campuses across the state Aug. 15. For an in-depth look at how each school performed, visit www.txschools.org.

While the majority of accountability ratings are calculated based on the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test, factors such as graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores and college prep course completion are also taken into consideration.

Overall grades for campuses are calculated based on the school’s performance in three domains: Student Achievement, School Progress and Closing the Gaps, according to the TEA.

Of the 1,189 multischool districts and charter operators rated statewide, 301 earned an overall “A,” 677 earned an overall “B,” 154 earned an overall “C,” 43 earned an overall “D” and 14 earned an overall “F.”

“Performance continues to improve in Texas schools because of the tireless effort of Texas teachers, administrators and staff. I am particularly proud of the educators at the 296 high-poverty schools that achieved an A rating this year,” Education Commissioner Mike Morath said in a press release.

Here is how Houston-area school districts stacked up in 2018-19:

Alvin ISD: 89 (B)
Clear Creek ISD: 89 (B)
Conroe ISD: 89 (B)
Cy-Fair ISD: 89 (B)
Fort Bend ISD: 89 (B)
Friendswood ISD: 94 (A)
Houston ISD: 88 (B)
Humble ISD: 88 (B)
Katy ISD: 92 (A)
Klein ISD: 89 (B)
Magnolia ISD: 87 (B)
Montgomery ISD: 93 (A)
New Caney ISD: 85 (B)
Pearland ISD: 89 (B)
Spring ISD: 78 (C)
Tomball ISD: 92 (A)
Willis ISD: 85 (B)

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Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She covers public education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development, nonprofits and more in the Cy-Fair community.
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