School Rankings: 2020 PANDEMIC EDITION

In this time of uncertainty, it is more important than ever to monitor our students’ progress in a meaningful way. Given the lack of 2019-2020 academic data, however, this is challenging. The Pandemic Edition of the C@R school rankings aims to determine the consistency and resiliency of schools and districts before COVID-19. By examining past performance, we hope to understand better which schools and students entered the 2020-2021 school year more prepared and likely need more generous support. 

In this special edition, C@R examined the past three years of available data that demonstrate campus and district consistency over time. Schools are measured by:

Achievement Indicators: Performance on STAAR Reading and Math tests from the past 3 years.

Performance Indicators: An adjustment of achievement indicators to eliminate bias toward campuses with low percentages of economically disadvantaged students.

Growth Indicators: The improvement over time on standardized test scores in Reading and Math.

Racial Equity Indicator: Comparative measure indicating how well schools are serving students of color. 

College Readiness: Graduation rates, SAT/ACT participation rate and scores, and AP/IB participation rate and scores

Visit our  METHODOLOGY PAGE for more detail on how rankings are assigned.


2020 PANDEMIC EDITION SCHOOL RANKINGS

Regional Lists & Sublists

Our School Rankings’ Pandemic Edition will be released for each region between Nov. 16th and November 30th. Regional lists & sublists will appear below as they become available.

North Texas

Central Texas

Rio Grande Valley

El Paso & West Texas

Coming November 30th

Houston Area

San Antonio Area

For comments, questions, or press inquiries, please email SchoolRankings@childrenatrisk.org. Note – C@R staff is currently working remotely, and email is the speediest way to connect with us.


CLICK HERE to view our 2019 School Rankings. These are still the most current reflection of school performance before the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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