Round Rock ISD is a data-driven organization. We rely on accurate data and an analysis of that data to evaluate performance, identify areas for improvement, and make decisions for change. The Assessment and Audit Department collects, analyzes, and reports data from a variety of sources to campus and district leaders on a regular basis. In addition to required state and national tests, RRISD administers locally developed curriculum based assessments throughout the year to ensure that our students are progressing at the appropriate pace.

However, data collected is not limited to student performance information, but also includes indicators measuring such things as stakeholder satisfaction, safety, employee attendance and turnover, and operational efficiency. Not only do we measure our performance against internal historical data, but also against state, national, and industry benchmarks.

Report Descriptions

Report from TEA that includes the state accountability rating, a chart with performance index results, a performance index summary that provides the numerical outcomes on each index, distinction designation outcomes, demographic information, and the number and percent of indicators that met the system safeguards.

Report from TEA that measures progress in student achievement as required by the Federal “No Child Left Behind Act.”

Report showing yearly goals.

Graphically illustrates the parent, teacher, staff, and student responses to the most recent Climate Survey administered.

Report from TEA that provides detailed information on Distinction Designation calculations.

Report from TEA provides information concerning student performance on STAAR, enrollment, class size averages, and financial expenditures.

Report from TEA that includes student achievement, academic expectations, and additional accountability data as required by the Federal “No Child Left Behind Act.”

Prior to the 2013 legislative session, superintendents, trustees, parents, and various business groups, among others were asking state leaders and legislators to reduce the number of required state assessments and provide more flexibility in graduation plans. HB 5 provided for both.

Report from TEA that provides underlying performance data used to calculate accountability index scores.

Charts showing disciplinary data by school.

Report from TEA that provides disaggregated performance measures and safeguard targets.

Comprehensive report from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) that provides student performance, student demographic, Staff and key financial data.