2018 Campus Comparison Group

This page allows the user to see the campus comparison group for any campus in Texas that receives accountability ratings.

Each campus in Texas is assigned to a unique comparison group comprised of schools that are most similar to it. To determine the campus comparison group, each campus is identified by school type (See the School Types chart in "Chapter 1—2018 Accountability Overview" of the 2018 Accountability Manual for more information.) then grouped with 40 other campuses from anywhere in Texas that are most similar in grade levels served, size, the percentage of students who are economically disadvantaged, mobility rate, the percentage of English learners, the percentage of students served by special education, and the percentage of students enrolled in an early college high school program. Each campus has only one unique campus comparison group. There is no limit to the number of comparison groups of which a school may be a member. It is possible for a school to be a member of no comparison group other than its own or a member of several comparison groups.

An explanation of the grouping methodology can be found in Appendix E of the 2018 Accountability Manual.

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