The Spring Independent School District's Accountability department aims to provide the district and campuses with accurate state and federal assessment data reports as provided by the Texas Education Agency. Our office provides support to district staff on effective assessment administration as well as updates on the governing rules and laws as set by the state.
State Accountability Ratings
The 84th Legislature passed HB 2804, changing the Texas school accountability system so that every campus and district will receive an official overall rating of A, B, C, D, or F beginning in August 2019.
The law requires schools and districts to be issued ratings based on three different areas of performance or “domains,” and those domain ratings will then be combined into a single overall rating. The three domains are:
- Domain I - Student Achievement
- Domain II - School Progress
- Part A - Academic Growth
- Part B - Relative Performance
- Domain III - Closing The Gaps
Assistant Superintendent of Research, Assessment, & Accountability
Executive Director of School Improvement
Dawn Oliver, Ed. D.