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A-F Accountability Resources

The 85th Legislature passed HB 22, changing the Texas school accountability system so that every campus and district receives ratings from A-F through a Domain system.


The law requires schools and districts to be issued grades based on three different areas of performance or “domains,” and those three grades must be combined into a single overall rating. To support a full understanding of the A-F system, TEA has created an A-F Resources Page.


To find a campus, district or charter performance rating, visit Texas School Report Cards.

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Haily Rambo

Haily Rambo

Coordinator of Testing & Accountability 

(254) 297-1227


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Below are a few sessions and offerings available from Education Service Center Region 12 for you to consider as we move into the new school year. Fees will be based on standard ESC Region 12 pricing.

For more information on cost and scheduling, contact Haily Rambo at

Accountability Connections 

ESC Region 12 offers opportunities to deepen your learning of the accountability system and how to utilize its data. 

These 3 hour sessions are designed to help explain the domain system with an overview of all pieces of data incorporated into your accountability ratings.  


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Calculation Support

This is a service where your data can be analyzed in the domains methodology by Region 12 for the campus/district for a fee. This would come with a Zoom meeting to explain results.


Data Analysis Coaching for Accountability

This coaching is for the types of data analysis and collection specifically for the domains system and can include support for building a data room.


    • Federal Report Cards
      • Every district that receives Title I, Part A funding is responsible for distributing the state, district, and campus level report cards to each of its campuses,  the parents of all enrolled students, and the general public.


    • The ESSA program is a part of the Results Driven Accountability (RDA) system.  The RDA system is utilized to assign required intervention activities to a local education agency (LEA) based on annual performance on individual indicators or patterns across indicators.
  • Email for feedback on domains: or Performance Reporting Division 512.463.9704

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