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TEA Releases Final 2022-23 ISD and Charter Fiscal Ratings

The TEA today released the final 2022-23 School (ISD) and Charter Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas (FIRST) accountability ratings for Texas public school systems (summarized in this table):

Image: Table Financial Ratings 2022-23 Final

Districts and Charters with final F = Substandard Achievement Ratings
(following appeals from their preliminary ratings):

  • Eight (0.79 percent) out of 1,018 ISDs: 1) Holliday, 2) Ben Bolt-Palito Blanco, 3) Keene, 4) Priddy, 5) Denver City, 6) Tioga, 7) Matagorda and 8) Sunray. (No change from the preliminary ratings)
  • Three (1.7 percent) out of 174 non-university charters: 1) Education Center International Academy, 2) St. Anthony School and 3) Texas Preparatory School.

    • These five charters (with their final ratings) raised their preliminary F rating to passing:
      • A – Dr. M L Garza-Gonzalez Charter School
      • A – Midland Academy Charter School
      • B – Accelerated Intermediate Academy
      • C – Raul Yzaguirre Schools for Success
      • C – Katherine Anne Porter School

  • One (14 percent) out of seven university charters — that are rated on a “pass/fail” basis — received a final “Fail” rating: University of Texas Permian Basin Stem Academy. (No change from the preliminary ratings)

Click here for the final ISD fiscal ratings, and here for the final charter and university charter ratings.

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