How Concerned Are You About the State of Education in Lubbock? [POLL]
Campus ratings across the State fell this year and that has left many parents concerned across Texas. Here in Lubbock, it’s not a pretty picture according to Julie Fisher of KFYO News:
The TEA accountability ratings, otherwise known as the campus ratings for LISD have been released. In LISD there were 5 campuses ranked with an exemplary status, 22 recognized campuses, 16 academically acceptable campuses, including Lubbock High School, and eight schools with unacceptable ratings, including the majority of LISD high schools Coronado Estacado and Monterey.
Schools are labeled based on the lowest area of performance by subjects, socio-economic status and ethnic group scores. Math was primarily the lowest scoring subject. Scores this year were lower on paper because of the removal of the Texas Projection Measure, which counted failing students as passing based on their improvement instead of test scores.
After seeing the information on the ratings for Lubbock ISD, are you concerned with the state of education in Lubbock? Let us know in today’s LFN Poll of the Day: