Coppell ISD has received an “A” rating from the Texas Education Agency for 2022. The TEA released its school ratings on Aug. 15, after not rating Texas schools and districts since 2019 due to the pandemic.
“We are very proud of this rating and the hard work of educators and staff, students and our parent partners, as we keep academics a strong focus for Coppell ISD,” said CISD Superintendent Dr. Brad Hunt. “As proud as we are of our rating, we are equally proud of the work of our Community Based Accountability System or CBAS.”
CISD is using CBAS as a way to measure growth and identify areas of improvement. The district’s CBAS dashboard will be launched September 1, 2022. It will include the TEA rating and other data in the areas of student learning and progress, professional learning and quality staff, and safety and well being,
For the TEA rating, CISD was among the top school districts in North Texas, behind Lovejoy, Highland Park and Carroll ISD, all of which have a significantly less student population than Coppell ISD. CISD also scored higher than area Charter Schools.
The overall TEA rating for CISD was an “A” or a 97 out of 100. The district scored a 95 for student achievement, which shows how much students know and are able to do at the end of the school year. The district scored a 93 for school progress, which shows how students perform over time and how that growth compares to similar schools. The district scored a 100 on Closing the Gaps, which shows how well different populations of students in a district are performing.
Learn more about the TEA ratings and Texas School Report Cards at TXschools.gov.