Accountability and School Improvement Information

The 85th Legislature passed HB 22, changing the Texas school accountability system so that every campus and district receives ratings from A-F through a Domain system. The law requires schools and districts to be issued grades based on three different areas of performance or “domains,” and those three grades must be combined into a single overall rating. To support a full understanding of the A-F system, visit the TEA Performance Reporting website

To view current accountability ratings, visit Texas Performance Reporting System,  Accountability Ratings (TEA website), or

Due to COVID 19, all districts and campuses received a label of Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster for 2021.

Accountability 2022

As required by Senate Bill 1365 (87th Texas Legislature), academic accountability ratings for 2022 will be limited to A, B, C, and Not Rated. In 2022, districts and campuses will not receive D or F ratings. Additionally, this bill requires that beginning with 2022, campuses that earn an overall Unacceptable rating be identified on the 2023–24 Public Education Grant (PEG) List. As ratings will not be assigned in 2022, any campus that earns an overall scaled score less than 60 will be identified for the 2023–24 PEG List.

Accountability Updates

In order to see the most recent Accountability information/updates, please see my Smore Newsletters.

March 31, 2022: Accountability Framework, Federal School Improvement, CCMR Tracker, Accelerated Testers

February 7, 2022: School Report Cards, Accountability To-Do List, CCMR Outcomes Bonus, A-F Estimator

December 10, 2021: TAPR, SB 1365, In Person/Remote Learning Data, Accelerated Testers, TSIA 2

November 17, 2021: TPRS, HB3 College Prep Reimbursements, Student Listings for Remote ADA

October 20, 2021: School District Profiles, CCMR Criteria 2021-2022, STAAR RLA Blueprints 

September 17, 2021: Accountability Data Tables, Posting Requirements,  2022 Accountability Ratings

August 17, 2021: Alternative Evaluation Option, Campus Comparison Groups, CTE Weighted Funding 

ESC Region 14 provides a variety of services to support schools and districts implementing state and/or federal accountability interventions through the Effective Schools Framework in partnership with the Texas Education Agency. The goal of the Region 14 School Support Team is to reduce the number of districts and campuses with a "D" or "F" rating by assisting schools in their journey to improve student performance and to carry out TEA interventions and requirements. 

School Improvement Resources


For additional information or assistance:

Region 14 ESC contact: Kriste O'Dell (325)675-8690 or