TISD saw the greatest gains in math and science with gains in social studies and a decline in English Language Arts, according to a district news release. The results are for the district as a whole at this point and not individual schools.
In the 11th grade science, there was a six percentage point increase in the number of students who met the standard.
Results from the state's new standardized test, the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness, will not be released until later this month. That test is being phased in so only this year's freshmen or eighth-graders taking high school-level courses took that test.