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Texas Education Agency Announced State Accountability System Ratings for 2014

The Texas Education Agency recently released state accountability system ratings for 2014 which show that 90 percent of school districts and charters have achieved the rating of Met Standard.

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Texas Education Agency Releases STARR Results

Thursday, the Texas Education Agency released the latest results from STARR testing for Texas elementary and intermediate school students. State law says students in the fifth and eighth grades must pass the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STARR) tests in reading and math to advance to the next grade

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Lubbock, Frenship, & Lubbock-Cooper ISDs Fail to Meet AYP Standards

The Texas Education Agency says that 56 percent of all schools in the state failed to meet the AYP standards. Overall, Lubbock ISD, Frenship ISD, and Lubbock-Cooper ISD failed to meet the standards.

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Texas Education Agency Commissioner Robert Scott Announces Resignation

Scott has served as TEA Commissioner since October 2007

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New Texas K-12 Math Standards Approved

New K-12 math curriculum standards for the state have been approved by the State Board of Education.

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Lubbock ISD, Other Area School Districts Fail to Meet Federal Progress Standards

The most common reasons for Texas schools missing AYP targets were students missing required mathematics and reading passing rates in the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills test.

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State of Texas to Shut Down Houston-Area School District

Troubled Houston-area school district, North Forest Independent School District, will be shut down by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) in one year.

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