The following tables reveal recently published test results from the 2016-17 State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, or STAAR, exam. Community Impact Newspaper publishes STAAR results by campus and by school district. The tables also identify the Texas Education Agency’s 2016-17 accountability ratings for districts and for each campus, noting whether they met standard in each of four indexes and if they did not meet standard overall.
See how Spring ISD schools fared in STAAR testing, accountability ratings
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By Vanessa Holt |
By Vanessa Holt
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