This Week in Performance Reporting: July 23, 2021

Texas Education Agency Updates

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What’s New in Performance Reporting

A–F Accountability

Forty-five percent of requests submitted via the College, Career, and Military Readiness (CCMR) Verifier were approved. Approved submissions include updates to Advanced Placement Spanish Language and Culture results and issues with students’ names and dates of birth.

Denied requests include results for tests taken outside of the approved date range, industry-based certifications submitted via the level I/level II certificate field, AP subscores instead of the subject area score, the removal of students from the list, and dual credit PEIMS miscoding.

Local Accountability System

The Local Accountability Guide and Frequently Asked Questions provide information about plan requirement and example components. They can both be found on the local accountability webpage.

Districts wishing to learn more about the local accountability system and how to develop a district local accountability plan can participate in a 45-minute overview webinar with time for Q & A.

Registration links are available for upcoming webinar dates in July and August. Information about the Notice of Intent and timeline for districts wishing to develop a local accountability plan will be available soon.

Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at 3 pm

Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 10 am

Tuesday, August 10, 2021 at 2 pm

Wednesday, August 18, 2021 at 11 am

Friday, August 27, 2021 at 1 pm

Assessment Scoring and Reporting

Log In, Learn More District Resources

In May, TEA created the Log In, Learn More District Toolkit. The toolkit includes materials on how families can access and use STAAR results to help their students recover any lost ground in learning. This week, TEA added additional resources to help districts engage families with their child’s STAAR results as they begin to think about the new school year.

Univision Log In, Learn More Video (Spanish): This new video, developed specifically for Spanish speaking parents, is currently airing on Univision. It explains why STAAR results are important and how parents can access their child’s results. It be used as a social media asset or posted on websites.

Log In, Learn More Web Banners (English and Spanish): Includes three fully accessible website banners encouraging parents to log in to view their child’s STAAR results.

We encourage districts to download and utilize these resources.  

Assessment Management System Timelines

As a part of the contract transition, ETS will be providing all necessary State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR®), STAAR Alternate 2, Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS), and TELPAS Alternate score data to CAI. Any districts that would like to retain copies of their individual district results for STAAR should download those results from the Reports > Results in the Assessment Management System prior to August 31, 2021. 

District correction requests, score code and language changes, rescores, resolutions, and any scoring investigations for STAAR must be submitted to the ETS Support Center by July 31, 2021, to be updated and reflected in the ETS Assessment Management System and the Family Portal prior to the change in vendors. District correction requests include changes to student identification information, Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) ID, and County-District-Campus codes.  

On-Demand Data Files

On-demand data files for online testers and paper testers for the June 2021 administration are now available in the Assessment Management System for Algebra I, Biology, U.S. History, and English I and English II.

For questions or help with accessing and interpreting STAAR results, districts and parents can email or call (512) 463-9704.

This Week’s FAQ

Where can I find 2021 STAAR results?

The Analytic Portal on, contains 2021 STAAR results at the state, region, district, and campus levels. Keep in mind that the Analytic Portal contains raw assessment data that has not been filtered for accountability purposes. The results in the portal are NOT comparable to accountability data tables or the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) which have accountability exclusions and methodologies applied.

Additionally, the STAAR Aggregate Data webpage will be updated at the end of July with 2021 results for those seeking to download larger data sets.

Please direct questions about 2021 STAAR results to Performance Reporting at (512) 463-9704 or

Performance Reporting Calendar

Mid-August: Excel file released on TEA’s 2021 accountability page indicating that all districts and campuses are Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster for 2021

Mid-August: Public Education Grant (PEG) List released on TEA’s PEG webpage

Late August: Unmasked accountability reports and confidential student listings released in TEAL Accountability (ACCT)

Late August: Masked accountability reports released on and on TEA’s 2021 accountability page

Early September: Consecutive years of unacceptable campus performance published on 2021 accountability page

Early September: 2021 alternative evaluation campus data released in TEAL ACCT for eligible campuses

By October 15: Districts submit the 2021 alternative evaluation request for eligible campuses in TEAL ACCT

Fall: TAPR HTML updated on a rolling basis as data are processed

Late November: TAPR PDF released