Accountability Grading System
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has created an accountability grading system that scores school districts in three domains, which are Student Achievement, School Progress, and Closing the Gaps. The student achievement score is based on how well our students perform on the STAAR exams. The School Progress domain measures improvement on those STAAR scores from the prior year and against peers in similar schools. Finally, the Closing the Gap domain compares the performance of students in different demographic groups. These three domains are heavily reliant on standardized test scores, and these test scores are the only performance measure taken into consideration for elementary and middle school ratings.
For the 2021-2022 school year, Krum ISD received an 83 out of 100 possible points, or a "B" rating.
Additional resources on understanding the accountability grading system are available on the TEA website by clicking here.