Aldine ISD earned a letter grade of “A” along with a management rating of “Superior.”
School FIRST (Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas) used data from the 2015 fiscal year.
A “Superior” rating is the state’s highest possible rating. It demonstrates the high quality of Aldine ISD’s financial management and reporting.
The rating system encourages public schools to better manage their financial resources. They must provide the greatest allocation possible for district instructional purposes.
The FIRST ratings has 15 financial indicators.
There are five critical indicators that result in an automatic Substandard Achievement (F) rating. This happens when a district fails in that specific category — regardless of overall score.
The state requires all districts to report information and financial accountability ratings to taxpayers. Districts must also hold a public discussion or hearing about its financial report.
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