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2011-12 Academic Excellence Indicator System

From this website you can access AEIS reports for schools, districts, regions, and the state for the 2011-12 school year. The reports are available as downloadable PDF files as well as HTML.

Note: No STAAR results are shown on the 2011-12 AEIS Reports. However, the 2012 Indicators Report shows 2012 STAAR performance summed across grades.

For help in downloading and printing PDF reports, please refer to our Help page.

The AEIS Glossary, updated annually, describes each item on the report. It provides the methodology for calculating the values on the report and clearly states the source of the data. A Spanish translation, the AEIS Glosario, is also available as a PDF download.

No Comparable Improvement reports are available for 2011-12. However, the Campus Comparison Group is available for every school.

You may download data files in an Excel format or a delimited ASCII format, for all data or for specific subsets.

Click on the Secondary School Completion and Dropouts in Texas Public Schools, 2010-11 to access additional information about dropout and completion rates for 2010-11.

School Report Card: Due to the lack of state assessment results for most grades and no accountability information, there is no School Report Card for 2011-12. Schools are not required to send reports home with the students.

See About AEIS for a brief description and history of the Academic Excellence Indicator System. We also have answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

(Reports updated December 17, 2012)

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