Plano ISD publishes academic performance data

According to a recently released report, Plano ISD continues to operate above the state level. Texas Academic Report.

Texas Education Code §39.053 requires each district’s board of trustees to publish an annual report that includes the TAPR (Texas Progress Report), campus activity goal, violent or criminal incident report, and information obtained pursuant to Education Code §51.403 Texas (e). ) from the Coordinating Council for Higher Education of Texas.

Originally reported Plano Star CourierThe Plano ISD Board of Trustees presented the latest statistics released by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) at a meeting held Jan. 10.

The report describes student performance in 2021 and 2022. Overall, the district received a B for reporting and an A for academic achievement, including readiness for college, career, and military training.

According to TEA’s ‘Bridging the Gap’ rankings, districts have specific groups of students aimed at ensuring that more students succeed in school and out of school. According to Dash Weerasinghe, Director of Evaluation, Research and Program Evaluation, the district achieved 88% of the achievement target groups and 83% of the academic growth targets. The district also met over 90% of its targets for school quality, student achievement, and English proficiency.

The district scored 91% for academic growth and 89% for relative achievement, which compares Plano ISD to similar districts. The report also states that the county outperforms the state averages on the ACT and SAT tests, as well as on the AP and IB test scores.

About 15% of the district’s students receive an industry certification upon graduation, according to TEA, compared to a statewide average of 19%.

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