MIDLAND, TX (KWES) - The Midland Independent School District received their Texas Education Agency accountability ratings and saw some improvement.
For the 2015-2016 school year, 28 of 37 campuses received a label of 'met standard' for the school year with nine campuses labeled as 'improvement required.'
The campuses labeled as 'improvement required' were: San Jacinto Junior High School, Bunche, Crockett, DeZavala, Houston, Lamar, Milam, South and Travis.
Patrick Jones, Midland ISD Chief Academic Officer, said in a release, "We have much more work ahead of us, but we are pleased with the progress our campuses have made toward improving student achievement. We will continue to focus our efforts on student outcomes by creating systems and conditions that lead to continuous growth in both student and adult learning."
According to the release, end-of-course results also saw the district improving in four of the five tested subjects compared to the state improving in two areas.