The Texas Education Agency released final financial accountability ratings on Thursday, Nov. 15.
The released document had ratings for more than 1,200 school districts and charter schools across the state. According to the document, 99% of all Texas school districts and charters earned a successful final rating for 2017-2018.
According to TEA, all school districts in the Texas Panhandle, except for one, received an “A” or a “B” rating. That meant they scored above the normal standard.
Only four schools in Texas received an “F”.
For a full list of ratings, click here.