Performance data draws heavily on State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness results and is separated out by student groups, including ethnicity and socioeconomic status. The reports also provide extensive information on school and district staff and programs.
Trustees heard a presentation on the results during the Jan. 22 board meeting. The TAPR results were part of the 2022-23 annual report, presented by Executive Director of School Improvement Natalie Martinez.
Quote of note
“We are thrilled with the outstanding performance of our students, whose results consistently outperform regional and state averages,” Chief Academic Officer Christine Caskey said. “The positive trends are a testament to the collective dedication and hard work of our students, teachers and staff.”
By the numbers
According to the report, KISD saw improvements in the majority of the performance measurements, including scores compared to the state and other area districts in 2023.
By comparison, the scores for 2022 are listed below. To see the entire TAPR results for KISD, scores on all grades and subjects can be found here.