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Texas District Uses Peer Assessments to Measure Scorecard Achievement

Summary: The Aldine Independent School District (AISD) used a peer review assessment model to gauge the level of deployment for strategic goals, objectives, and action plans throughout the district. During a three-year review cycle, AISD measured 77 indicators of approach, deployment, integration, and learning and captured hundreds of best practices. All schools and departments completed three assessments, which confirmed that the district is at full deployment of its objectives and goals. AISD’s review process received state and national recognition as a best practice for performance improvement, and the district shared its success story in the final round of the International Team Excellence Awards in May 2009.

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