Amarillo ISD students will begin a new year ranked in one of the top 10 school districts in the nation for high achievement according to a national comparative index. The Education Equality Index (EEI) looked at data from 55,000 schools in 45 states to determine rankings.  
Amarillo ISD and all of its schools met the state’s standard on academic performance according to 2017 accountability ratings released by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) today.  
Amarillo ISD Trustees called a $100 million school bond election to be held November 7. Over the past four months, the Board has reviewed an extensive study of each of AISD’s 55 campuses. The district’s aging facilities have been a focus because nearly 80 percent of schools are more than 50 years old.  
Amarillo ISD trustees have called for a Facilities Advisory Committee to study the district’s infrastructure needs.  
Amarillo ISD students scored higher than state and national averages on SAT exams taken in March, and raised the District’s average score by 27 points over the previous year’s scores, while state and national averages decreased. 
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