How did Laredo schools perform on accountability ratings?

Published: Aug. 15, 2018 at 11:29 PM CDT
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Even though school just began Laredo's school districts reports cards are already out, letting the public know just how well the districts and its schools are doing.

The Texas Education Agency released their 2018 school accountability ratings and it shows just how United ISD and Laredo ISD are performing in three different areas.

Overall both school districts scored well and received passing scores.

The accountability system rates districts on how well they are helping kids reach grade level and how well students are begin prepared for success once they leave high school.

TEA takes those measures and assigns a letter grade from "A to F" to each district and school.

United ISD received a grade of "A", with all schools scoring better than an 81.

The highest performing schools in uisd were Amparo Gutierrez Elementary, Matias De Llano Elementary, and Colonel Santos Benavides Elementary.

LaredoISD received a grade of "B".

The report shows lisd receiving a "B" in two of the three categories, but receiving a "C" in student achievement. Which tracks how much students know and are able to do at the end of the year.

LISD had one school that scored a 98 and seven schools which recevied a score of 94.

The lowest scoring schools were Martin High School and Cigarroa High School with grades of 72.

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