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Accountability Updates

  • Performance Reporting Bulletin

    July 10, 2020

    A–F Accountability

    Performance Reporting staff met with the Accountability Technical Advisory and the Accountability Policy Advisory Committees on June 8th and 9th to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on 2021 accountability. To view meeting materials and summaries, please visit the 2021 Accountability Development Materials webpage.

    The committees will reconvene on July 20th and 21st to review approaches other states are taking for 2021 accountability and to examine various data requests.


    Local Accountability System

    Due to COVID-19-related uncertainty about school schedules, the local accountability team is adopting a flexible approach to district development of a local accountability plan.

    Districts wishing to learn more about the local accountability system and how to develop a district local accountability plan should contact the local accountability system team at LAS@tea.texas.gov to set up a virtual meeting.

    Dates for informational webinars scheduled for the fall will be announced soon.

    An updated Local Accountability Guide is now available on the website. Please reach out with any questions.


    Performance Reporting Calendar




    Release Date

    Schools Identified for Improvement and Support

    List of campuses identified for school improvement for the 2020–21 school year.

    2019–20 campuses carry over with the following caveats:

    ·     “Reidentified” labels are removed. Campuses are labeled as “identified” or “progress.”

    ·     Campuses identified as comprehensive with a 2019 Closing the Gaps scaled score above the bottom five percent (regardless of letter grade) are labeled as “progress.”

    ·     Campuses identified for targeted or additional targeted solely based on the all students group are removed.

    Aug. 17

    College, Career, and Military Readiness (CCMR) Verifier

    Corrections system within the TEA Login (TEAL) Accountability application containing a list of 2018–19 annual graduates plus non-graduating 12th graders and CCMR outcomes.

    Districts will have through October 1 to electronically submit documentation for updates to student records.

    Aug. 17

    CCMR Tracker

    Tracking tool within the TEAL Accountability application that provides districts with an early preview of CCMR status for students who were in grades 9–12 during school year 2019–20.

    No corrections will be submitted to TEA; this report is for informational purposes only. If districts find errors, they are encouraged to work with testing vendors to make corrections prior to the student’s graduation.

    Aug. 17

    Public Education Grant (PEG) List

    List of campuses identified for PEG. Campuses identified in 2019 will remain on the 2021–22 PEG List.

    Aug. 17

    Postsecondary Outcomes Report

    Report showing postsecondary outcomes, including the percentage of graduates who earned any two-year or four-year degree, a Level I or Level II certificate, or an industry-based certification.

    Aug. 17

    CCMR Data Table

    Data table detailing CCMR outcomes for 2019 annual graduates with corrections submitted via the CCMR Verifier incorporated.


    Graduation Rate Data Table

    Data table detailing 4-year, 5-year, and 6-year graduation rate outcomes.


    Additional details and applicable instructions will be provided for each product upon its release.