On August 16, 2019, Alamo Heights ISD published its first report resulting from the district’s community-based accountability system (CBAS). Over the past two years, with input of school staff, leaders, students, and community members, the district designed a comprehensive local CBAS that relies on multiple data sources, authentic assessment opportunities, observations, and feedback from stakeholders to provide evidence of progress toward the educational outcomes that the community determined are in the best interest of their children.

“Our community deserves this comprehensive and responsive accountability that measures the aspirational outcomes we expect for our Alamo Heights ISD students,” said Superintendent Dana Bashara.

See the report.