Home Open Campus Menu Accountability Page Content Glossary for the TAPR (Last Published: 2013-14)NCLB Report Card Letter to Parents (Last Published: 2014-15) Parent and Community Engagement MeasuresKeller ISD earned a "Met Standard," the highest rating from the Texas Education Agency's 2015 State District and Campus Accountability Ratings.This is the third consecutive year that schools and districts in Texas have been rated under the new accountability system. Under this system campuses/districts are assigned one rating based on meeting the target for each performance index. Met Standard: Acceptable rating assigned to campuses and districts that meet the target on all indexes for which it has performance data in 2015. Met Alternative Standard: Acceptable rating assigned to charter operators and alternative education campuses (AECs) that are evaluated by alternative education accountability (AEA) provisions and meet modified targets on all performance indexes for which they have performance data in 2015. Improvement Required: Unacceptable rating assigned to campuses and districts that miss the target on one or more performance indexes. Campuses and districts statewide administered state assessments throughout the 2014-15 school year. Upon completion of the testing cycle, parents received their student’s individual results while the Texas Education Agency spent the next few weeks evaluating student performance at the district and campus levels using four different performance indexes: Student Achievement: Measures performance based on satisfactory student achievement combined over all subjects for all students. Student Progress: Measures academic improvement or growth students have made from last year to this year. Closing Performance Gaps: Emphasizes the academic achievement of economically disadvantaged students and the two lowest performing racial/ethnic student groups. Postsecondary Readiness: Emphasizes the role of elementary and middle schools in preparing students for the rigors of high school, and the importance of earning a high school diploma that prepares students for success in college, the workforce, job training programs, or the military.For a thorough explanation of the Texas Education Agency (TEA) accountability ratings, click here to read an explanation letter.Click here for Keller ISD's ratings for the 2014-15 school year. Campuses that achieve the rating of Met Standard can also earn distinction designations in seven possible areas:Academic Achievement in Reading/ELAAcademic Achievement in MathematicsAcademic Achievement in ScienceAcademic Achievement in Social StudiesTop 25% Student ProgressTop 25% Closing Performance GapsPostsecondary ReadinessAll 39 Keller ISD campuses met the Accountability Standard and 11 campus received at least one Distinction Designation.Click here to find out about all of Keller ISD's 2015 Distinction Designations!For more information on state accountability ratings and to view a complete list of the ratings, visit the TEA website.