College Station- The annual Texas Academic Performance Report was discussed and reviewed Tuesday night at the CSISD board meeting.
The Texas Academic Performance Report, formerly known as the Academic Excellence Indicator System (AEIS) Report, includes a wide range of information on the performance of students in each school and district in Texas as well as staff, finance, program and demographic data.
Based on the 2013 exit-level TAKS results, 85% of CSISD students were college ready in math and 84% were college ready in English language arts. The statewide averages in those categories were 73% and 72%, respectively.
Completion rate data for 2012 is as follows:
2.6% dropped out
1.8% continued high school
0.9% received a GED
Other data included in the report:
28.9% of CSISD students were enrolled in advanced or dual-credit courses
75.1% of CSISD students took the SAT or ACT (state average is 66.9%)
47.2% scored above the criterion on the SAT or ACT (state average is 24.9%)
The mean 2012 SAT composite score for CSISD test-takers was 1618 (state average was 1483)
The mean 2012 ACT composite score for CSISD test-takers was 23.3 (state average was 20.5)
Click the link below to see the full CSISD Texas Academic Performance Report
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