DATA & REPORTS
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability system evaluates district and campus performance and progress using the following measures:
- School Report Cards
- Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)
The 84th Legislature passed HB 2804, changing the Texas school accountability system so that every campus and district receives one of five ratings from A-F. Much like students receive grades in individual subjects and those are combined for a GPA, the law requires schools and districts to be issued grades based on five different areas of performance or “domains,” and those five grades must be combined into a single overall rating.The ratings will be issued for the first time in August 2018.
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Notice
- FFH (Local) Policy - Student Welfare
- Non-Discrimination Notice for Career and Technical Education
- Nondiscriminatory Statement
- Policies and Regulations
Student & Community Engagement
HB 5 included a local evaluation requirement that is frequently referred to as the community engagement component. The community engagement requirement is an opportunity for districts to showcase areas of excellence and success as well as recognize areas in need of improvement and set future goals valued in the community.
Nacogdoches ISD believes its taxpayers should understand exactly how their school finances are being handled. The links on this page are dedicated to showing how priorities are set, what is budgeted and how the money is spent.
Public Education Grant (PEG) Program
The PEG list, effective for the 2017–18 school year, identifies campuses with passing rates on STAAR that are less than or equal to 50 percent for any subject in any two of the preceding three years or were rated Improvement Required by the state accountability system in 2014, 2015, or 2016.