Judson ISD

Highly Qualified Teacher Report

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) requires each local education agency (LEA) to publicly report progress of the school district and its campuses toward meeting the federal highly qualified (HQ) teacher requirements, annually. The most recent and historical HQ data for the Judson ISD may be found at the link below and campus information may be found on the campus websites.

Percentage of Classes Taught by HQ Teachers (State Aggregate)

School Year


State Target

2005-06 100% 100%
2006-07 100% 100%
2007-08 100% 100%
2008-09 100% 100%
2009-10 100% 100%
2010-11 100% 100%
2011-12 100% 100%
2012-13 100% 100%
2013-14 100% 100%
2014-15 100% 100%
2015-16 97.71% 100%

The chart above illustrates part one of the first state objective:

Percentage of Classes Taught by HQ Teachers

This chart illustrates the comparison of the state’s annual targets to the percentage of HQ teachers in Judson ISD. In the 2015-16 school year, the JISD was 97.71% HQ on the first determination date of September 16, 2015. Please note that the federal and state targets for Percentage of Highly Qualified Teachers, Percentage of Classes Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers, and Percentage of Teachers Receiving High Quality Professional Development have been at the 100% level beginning with the 2005-06 school year and our goal is to attain 100% by the final determination date, June 15, 2016.

NOTE: The District’s Percentage of Classes Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers as per the High Poverty Schools Indicator is not applicable; therefore, not reported.