Four Factors Behind Kashmere High’s Expected Passing State Grade

Houston’s Kashmere High School has been on the state’s list of so-called “failing” schools longer than any other school in Texas. But that’s expected to change this summer. Here are four reasons why.

By Laura IsenseeAugust 1, 2019 10:00 am, , ,

From Houston Public Media:

The Texas Education Agency keeps a list of schools that must improve academically or face tough penalties. The school that’s been on that “failing” list the longest: the historically black Kashmere High School in northeast Houston.

It hasn’t passed the state’s accountability system for over a decade. But that may change very soon. Before the summer’s over, Kashmere High is expected to finally get a passing grade.

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