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Baker Elementary School Accountability Summary

The Texas Accountability Summary provides annual academic accountability ratings to its public school districts and schools.  The ratings are based largely on performance on state standardized tests and graduation rates.  The ratings examin student achievment, student progress, efforts to close achievement gaps and postsecondary readiness.  Please find below the Summary, the Distinction Designations and the Overview of the Performance Index Framework. 

2019 BES Accountability Summary


Texas Academic Performance Reports

Each year, Texas schools receive the Texas Academic Performance Reports (TAPR). These reports provide the statistical and performance data for each district and campus.  Below you will find the TAPR for Baker Elementary School and the glossary that helps to explain these reports.

2018-2019 BES Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

TAPR Glossary for 2018-2019

2019-2020 BES Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

2020-21 BES Texas Academic Performace Report (TAPR)

2021 - 2022 BES Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR)

Texas Education Agency School Report Card

The TEA School Report Card combines accountability ratings, data from the TAPR, and fincancial information to give a broad view of campus performance.  The SRC is intended to specifically inform parents and guardians about the school’s individual characteristics and its academic performance. 

2018-2019 School Report Card: Baker Elementary

2019-2020 School Report Card: Baker Elementary 

2020-2021 School Report Card: Baker Elementary

Federal Report Card

The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), as amended by the Ev ery Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), requires each State education agency to prepare and publish an annyal report card with state-, district-and campus-level data.

2019-20 Federal Report Card 

2020-21 Federal Report Card 

2021 - 2022 Federal School Report Card: Baker Elementary School



Baker Family Resources 

Beginning with the 2017 school year, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) changed the way it reports special education enrollment in school systems. TEA no longer includes a target for a school system’s total numbers of students in special education as part of state monitoring.

Baker Family Resources

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