Texas Education Agency | Performance Reporting 2019 Snapshot


Snapshot 2019
District Detail



District Name                                                   BROWNSVILLE ISD
District Number                                                          031901
County Number and Name                                              031 CAMERON
Education Service Center Region                                       REGION 01
 1. District Accountability Rating                                            A
 2. Total Number of Schools                                                  58
    ------------- STUDENTS -------------
 3. Total Students                                                       44,356
 4. % African American                                                      0.1
 5. % Hispanic                                                             98.3
 6. % White                                                                 1.4
 7. % American Indian                                                       0.0
 8. % Asian                                                                 0.2
 9. % Pacific Islander                                                      0.0
10. % Two or More Races                                                     0.0
11. % Economically Disadvantaged                                           88.5
12. % English Learners (EL)                                                34.6
13. % Special Education                                                    12.1
14. % Bilingual/ESL Education                                              34.1
15. % Career & Technical Education                                         31.3
16. % Gifted & Talented Education                                          12.0
17. Attendance Rate (2017-18)                                              95.4
18. Annual Dropout Rate Gr. 9-12 (2017-18)                                  1.1
19. 4-Year Longitudinal Graduation Rate (Class of 2018)                    92.8
20. 5-Year Longitudinal Graduation Rate (Class of 2017)                    95.4
21. 6-Year Longitudinal Graduation Rate (Class of 2016)                    95.4
22. Annual Graduate Count (2017-18)                                       3,253
23. Annual RHSP/DAP/FHSP-E/FHSP-DLA Graduate Count (2017-18)              3,079
    ---------------STAAR ---------------
    % AT PERFORMANCE LEVEL STANDARDS
24. All Subjects
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            81
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 52
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        23
25. ELA/Reading
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            76
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 47
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        18
26. Writing
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            76
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 44
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        15
27. Mathematics
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            86
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 57
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        31
28. Science
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            84
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 55
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        21
29. Social Studies
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            83
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 54
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        29
30. African American
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            95
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 83
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        48
31. Hispanic
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            81
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 52
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        23
32. White
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            79
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 57
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        31
33. American Indian
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                             *
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                  *
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                         *
34. Asian
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            93
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 84
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        57
35. Pacific Islander
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            54
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 46
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        31
36. Two or More Races
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            60
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 20
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                         0
37. Economically Disadvantaged
    % At Approaches Grade Level Standard or Above                            79
    % At Meets Grade Level Standard or Above                                 49
    % At Masters Grade Level Standard                                        21
    -------- COLLEGE ADMISSIONS --------
              (2017-18)
38. SAT/ACT - % Tested                                                     76.9
39. SAT/ACT - % At or Above Criterion                                      22.5
40. SAT - Average Score                                                     960
41. ACT - Average Score                                                    18.1
    -------------- STAFF ---------------
42. Total Staff FTE                                                     6,615.3
43. Total Teacher FTE                                                   2,911.5
44. % Central Administration                                                0.1
45. % Campus Administration                                                 2.9
46. % Professional Support Staff                                            9.5
47. % Teachers                                                             44.0
48. % Educational Aides                                                    11.7
49. % Auxiliary Staff                                                      31.8
50. Average Central Administrative Salary                               150,128
51. Average Campus Administrative Salary                                 84,030
52. Average Professional Support Staff Salary                            67,073
53. Average Teacher Salary                                               55,810
54. % Minority                                                             94.0
55. Number of Students Per Total Staff                                      6.7
56. Number of Students Per Teacher                                         15.2
    ------------- TEACHERS -------------
57. % With 5 or Fewer Years of Experience                                  17.0
58. Average Years of Experience                                            15.1
59. % With Advanced Degrees                                                19.4
60. Teacher Turnover Rate                                                   7.2
61. % African American                                                      0.3
62. % Hispanic                                                             90.3
63. % White                                                                 8.9
64. % Other                                                                 0.5
65. % Regular Education                                                    78.8
66. % Special Education                                                    11.4
67. % Compensatory Education                                                0.9
68. % Bilingual/ESL Education                                               2.7
69. % Career & Technical Education                                          5.6
70. % Other Education (Includes G & T)                                      0.7
    ---- TAXES AND ACTUAL REVENUES -----
71. Taxable Value Per Pupil (2016 Tax Year)                             119,161
72. Locally Adopted Tax Rate (2017 Tax Year)                              1.265
73. Total Operating and Other Revenue (2017-18)                     567,113,989
74. Total Operating and Other Revenue Per Pupil                          12,454
75. Total Operating Revenue (2017-18)                               498,882,089
76. % State                                                                67.8
77. % Local and Other                                                      14.0
78. % Federal                                                              18.2
79. Total Other Revenue (2017-18)                                    68,231,900
    --- FUND BALANCE & NET ASSETS ------
80. Fund Balance (for ISDs)                                          79,109,837
81. Net Assets (Charter Schools)                                              0
    ------ ACTUAL EXPENDITURES ---------
82. Total Actual Expenditures (2017-18)                             507,049,746
83. Total Actual Operating Expenditures (2017-18)                   475,670,636
84. Total Actual Operating Expenditures Per Pupil                        10,446
85. % Instructional                                                        53.3
86. % Central Administration                                                5.6
87. % School Leadership                                                     5.2
88. % Plant Services                                                       11.6
89. % Other Operating                                                      24.2
90. Total Actual Instructional Expenditures (2017-18)               253,710,236
91. Total Actual Instructional Expenditures Per Pupil                     5,572
92. % Basic Education Services                                             35.9
93. % Special Education                                                    15.0
94. % State Compensatory Education                                         11.6
95. % Bilingual/ESL Education                                               1.3
96. % Career & Technical Education                                          4.1
97. % Gifted & Talented Education                                           0.2
98. % Athletics/Related Activities                                          1.9
99. % High School Allotment                                                 1.0
100. % Prekindergarten                                                      1.9
101. % Un-Allocated                                                        27.1

'?' Indicates that the data for this item were statistically improbable.
'*' Indicates results are masked due to small numbers to protect student confidentiality.
'-' Indicates zero observations reported for this group.

Explanation of Masking | Item Definitions | Snapshot 2019 | Snapshot

Performance Reporting | TEA Home

This request took 1.06 seconds of real time (v9.4 build 1520).