About Community-Based Accountability
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Though the work with the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium, College Station ISD has constructed a meaningful accountability system that measures what this community believes is important. As a part of House Bill 5, each school district is now required to develop a system to evaluate itself and each of its campuses in the following areas:
Using the CSISD Core Beliefs and Commitments, developed by a group of community members and the board of Trustees, CSISD developed an accountability system that ranks the district and individual campuses using a variety of indicators deemed important by the community.
- Fine arts
- Wellness and PE
- Community and parent involvement
- 21st century workforce development
- Second language acquisition
- Digital learning environment
- Dropout prevention strategies
- Gifted and talented programs
- Reporting and policy requirements
- Each student can be a critical thinker, problem solver and possess the knowledge and skills to be a productive and responsible citizen in a global market place.
- The education of each student is the responsibility of the school district, the student, the family and community.
- Student success is dependent on the quality of the CSISD staff.
CommitmentsCSISD will ...
- Recruit, develop, and retain qualified and dedicated staff.
- Provide a challenging, relevant, engaging and aligned curriculum.
- Provide an array of services, programs and opportunities to meet the needs of each student, and provide the opportunity for each student to reach his or her full potential.
- Create classroom and campus cultures that involve each family.
- Commit to the responsible use of tax payer resources.
The district's work in this area has just begun, and this accountability system will continue to be evaluated and adjusted in order to provide a meaningful and comprehensive look at CSISD's performance.