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Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS): These annual reports pull together a wide range of information on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas. The reports also provide extensive information on staff, finances, programs, and demographics for each school and district.
District Accountability Rating: Tyler ISD is currently rated as Academically Acceptable as of August 1, 2012.
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Report Cards:
P-16 Texas: P-16 is the term used to represent efforts to infuse three largely disconnected levels of public education – pre-school, K-12, and postsecondary – with a greater coherence and a stronger sense of connectedness. P-16 stakeholders include leaders in P-12, higher education, and the business community. Stakeholders work collaboratively to foster a more integrated education system, while addressing such issues as college readiness standards, teacher education, and educational resource development.
Public Reporting of Progress in Meeting Highly Qualified Teacher Requirements:
School Report Cards: School accountability ratings are based on the percent of students passing the TAKS, high school completion rate, and the annual dropout rate. Standards for TAKS, completion rates, and dropout rates must be met for all students as well as for student groups (African American, Hispanic, White, and Economically Disadvantaged).
Supplemental Education Services (SES):
District Improvement Plan:
Tyler ISD Energy Usage: This report shows the annual utility consumption and dollar amount for the District for electricity measured in kilowatt hours (kwh), natural gas measured in hundreds of cubic feet (CCf ) and water measured in 1000 gallons (k gal). Also shown are energy saving projects done to save electricity consisting of energy efficient lighting and air conditioners.
Eminent Domain: A publication of the Texas Attorney General's Office to answer the most common questions about eminent domain.
Texas Landowner's Bill of Rights: House Bill 1495 added Section 402.031 to the Texas Government Code, which requires the Attorney General to prepare a written statement that includes a bill of rights for a property owner whose real property may be acquired by eminent domain. The bill further requires entities with the power of eminent domain, such as a school district, to make this statement available on its website.