AUSTIN (KXAN) – The Texas Education Agency said Monday its report ranking the financial health of public school districts and charter schools in the state gave most systems a top grade.
TEA said school systems are assigned a letter grade and a matching financial management rating.
They are A for Superior Achievement, B for Above Standard Achievement, C for Meets Standard Achievement and F for Substandard Achievement.
According to the TEA, 88% of the 1,192 school systems rated A, 7% rated B, 5% rated C and 1% rated F.
The TEA said the 77th Texas Legislature established FIRST in 2001.