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Grade-level retention data are provided for Grades K-12 by ethnicity
, gender, economic status
, program participation (bilingual
, career and technical education
, English as a second language
, gifted and talented
, special education
, and Title I
) and other student characteristics (at-risk
, limited English proficient
, and overage
). Some data are masked to comply with federal regulations concerning student privacy, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
Grade-level retention is determined by comparing a student's grade level in the spring of one school year to the student's grade level in the fall of the next school year. The grade-level retention rate for 2005-06 is the percentage of students who attended in 2005-06 and were retained in grade in the fall of 2006. The grade-level retention rate equation is:
For more information on how retention rates are calculated, please see Grade-Level Retention in Texas Public Schools, 2005-06.
Select from the following to view or download a report for a statewide report or a single campus, district, or education service center (ESC) region:
To download a comma-delimited (.csv) file containing data for all campuses or all districts in the state, please choose from one of the following options. Please note that downloads may take a few minutes and file size may vary depending on the version of Microsoft Excel you are using.
Campus-level data (.csv) [14.6 MB] and Campus-level record layout
District-level data (.csv) [4.9 MB] and District-level record layout
For questions or comments about grade-level retention rates, completion rates, graduation rates, dropout rates, and leavers, please e-mail the Texas Education Agency Division of Accountability Research or contact the division by phone at 512-475-3523.
This page last updated December 2010