The federal standards increased again this year and TISD's progress in reading and math did not meet them.
These standards will increase until 2013-14 when 100 percent of all students are expected to pass standardized tests in these subject areas.
At the campus level, four of TISD's 27 evaluated campuses met AYP. Twenty-three missed it. Last year, 13 campuses missed AYP.
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To put this in perspective, statewide only 28 percent of Texas’ more than 1,200 school districts met the federal AYP standards this year. That’s down from 50 percent last year.
At the campus level, only 44 percent of the state’s more than 8,500 schools met AYP. That’s down from 66 percent last year.