Starting in 2020, Frisco ISD will publish a community-based accountability report in the fall of each school year in conjunction with the release of the state accountability ratings. The district, a member of the Texas Public Accountability Consortium (TPAC), has been working with community members to identify a diverse set of meaningful data points regarding what success means within the community. The district produced this video to explain the district’s transition to a community-based accountability system:


“Frisco ISD recognizes that an accountability system that includes community perspective is vital,” said Frisco ISD Superintendent Dr. Mike Waldrip. “With the help of the community, CBAS presents a new lens to view success while providing information for our stakeholders that goes well beyond a state-generated letter grade or a test score.”

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