Accountability

KIPP Texas


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KIPP Texas – Austin

 

KIPP Texas – Dallas-Fort Worth


KIPP Truth Elementary will hold a public meeting on September 4, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at the KIPP Truth Elementary campus, 1545 S. Ewing Avenue, Dallas. The purpose of the public meeting is to discuss the KIPP Truth Elementary accountability rating of improvement required for the 2017-2018 school year, to discuss the campus’ instructional and improvement plans, and to obtain input from parents and other community members to be considered in the development of a target improvement plan. After the meeting, the campus, working with KIPP’s instructional leaders, will finalize a plan.


 

KIPP Texas – Houston


Notice for Accelerated Testing Window

KIPP Texas- Houston is providing notice and opportunity for any student, upon parent request, to test for grade level acceleration in K-8 and advancement in high school courses. The regional testing window has been set for June 10-14, 2019. K-8 students must take tests in all four core academic areas. High school students must take both semesters of the high school course. Each test is designed to take from 2-3 hours to complete and must be proctored by a school designee. In order to meet acceleration criteria, students must score at least 80% on each test. Parents should notify the School Leader in writing of this request on or before May 19, 2019.


 

KIPP Texas – San Antonio


KIPP Un Mundo Dual Language Academy will hold a public meeting on September 6, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at the KIPP Un Mundo campus, 4343 W. Commerce Street. The purpose of the public meeting is to discuss the Un Mundo accountability rating of improvement required for the 2017-2018 school year, to discuss the campus’ instructional and improvement plans, and to obtain input from parents and other community members to be considered in the development of a target improvement plan. After the meeting, the campus, working with KIPP’s instructional leaders, will finalize a plan.