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San Antonio ISD maintains its B rating in the 2021-22 State Accountability results
Aug. 22, 2022 –San Antonio ISD tonight shared a presentation on the 2022 District and Campus State Accountability results during its regularly scheduled Board meeting. SAISD earned a B rating from the state, maintaining its momentum from when the district first earned a B in 2019 prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2021-22 accountability results were released by the Texas Education Agency on Monday, Aug. 15.

While the overall rating of B remained the same, data provided by the state showed significant improvement. In the recently released results, 63% of SAISD campuses (63 schools) were rated an A or B – up from 27% (27 schools) in 2019. Ten percent of schools (10 campuses) will be Not Rated for earning less than a C – down from 39% (39 campuses) in 2019. Additionally, several campuses made noteworthy strides since 2019: one campus increased its rating from an F to an A, eight campuses increased from an F to a B, and 11 campuses increased from a D to a B.

“In the last four years, SAISD has decreased the number of students attending low-performing schools by about 90%,” said SAISD Board Trustee Christina Martinez. “We are proud of our campus and district leadership for their extraordinary efforts to ensure every child receives a quality education. We are on an upward trajectory, and we have the plans in place and the enduring dedication to continually improve.”

In addition to district and campus ratings, the TEA also announced campuses that earned distinction designations for academic achievement in either English Language Arts/Reading, Mathematics, Science, and/or Social Studies, as well as for Academic Growth, Closing the Gaps, and Postsecondary Readiness.

In SAISD, 38 schools received one or more of these distinctions, with three campuses earning all possible distinctions for its grade level. Many of the campuses that earned distinctions did so in multiple areas.

“We dream big in SAISD, and we are working toward a long-term vision of great schools,” said Superintendent Jaime Aquino. “This is a journey to create the best urban school model, because our children are worth it. When we work together, we can make miracles happen for all our kids.”

Several principals whose campuses earned major achievements and made significant strides last school year attended and were recognized during the Board meeting.

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