FBISD schools named 2017-18 Texas Honor Roll School by Educational Results Partnership, Institute for Productivity in Education (5/30/2018)
FORT BEND ISD (May 30, 2018) – Several Fort Bend ISD schools have been recognized as 2017-18 Honor Roll Schools by the Education Results Partnership (ERP) and the Institute for Productivity Education (IPE). FBISD schools were awarded Scholar and Star designations.
The Star campuses include:
Barrington Place Elementary
Garcia Middle School
Oyster Creek Elementary
The Scholars campuses include:
Brazos Bend Elementary
Clements High School
Colony Meadows Elementary
First Colony Middle School
Fort Settlement Middle School
Sartartia Middle School
Walker Station Elementary
The Honor Roll recognizes public schools at all levels that demonstrate high academic achievement, improvement in achievement over time and reductions in achievement gaps, as well as college and career readiness. The FBISD schools were among the just 729 schools that were recognized in Texas.
The “Scholar” distinction is given to schools that have high academic achievement, but do not have a significant socio-economically disadvantaged student population. The “Star” distinction is given to schools that have significant socio-economically disadvantaged student populations, and are high-performing and have shown success in closing the achievement gap.
“FBISD teachers and administrators are committed to reaching higher levels of academic achievement and progress while continuously improving our practices,” said Dr. Audra Ude, FBISD’s Executive Director of Accountability and Assessment. “We are pleased to see the hard work and dedication translating to positive outcomes for our students.”
More on the Educational Results Partnership and the Institute for Productivity in Education
Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Institute for Productivity in Education (IPE) partner with leaders in the business community in a shared mission: to ensure all students are prepared to succeed in college and career. Together, they work to improve educational productivity at all levels, K through Job. They draw upon the nation’s largest database on student achievement to uncover successful schools, particularly in economically disadvantaged districts, and promote their best practices to schools that want to do better. Since 2016, the Honor Roll has focused business and academic leaders around a common agenda for high performing public schools leading to increased college success and economic productivity.