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Avalon ISD superintendent addresses incorrect 'F' finance rating on AF report

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More than a few parents were likely stunned to find Avalon ISD receive an "F" in the financial integrity category of the recently released A—F Accountability rating. And they weren't alone.

Avalon ISD Superintendent Dr. David Del Bosque and staff were left to decipher the data and determine what caused the poor grade. They quickly discovered a significant error with the rating issued in the first-ever A–F Accountability report published by the Texas Education Association.

Even though txschools.org reflected an “F” rating for finances, tea.texas.gov displayed a “B” rating.

Del Bosque found the low grade was based on the 2016-17 school year but comprised of 2015-16 data.

On Aug. 20, Del Bosque called TEA to settle the issue. That same day, TEA responded and put the blame on programming and the new website — txschool.org — and was not sure how it pulled incorrect information. However, Del Bosque said that TEA relayed to him the website was in the process of updating its program, and it would reflect the correct rating of "Above Standard," which would be a "B.

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