TEA’s A-F Accountability Ratings Release Date Delayed Until Late October or Early November

  • Update: The TEA posted the official announcement of the A-F accountability ratings release delay in this press release and in this correspondence to school administrators.

Education Commissioner Mike Morath announced this morning — in a conference call to reporters — that the TEA is delaying the release of the A-F district and campus ratings from Sept. 28 until at least late October or early November.

According to the Austin American-Statesman, Morath said that the TEA will take the next month to recalculate the student growth targets.

The pending release of the A-F ratings is the focus of a lawsuit that was filed by several school districts. A judge in Austin has reportedly set a Jan. 25, 2024, hearing date on the lawsuit.