"We had 10 campuses that had double digit gains in Index 2, which is phenomenal. One of those campuses was Jackson Elementary which was one of our improvement required campuses this past year. They stood out at the top of everything which shows how much work they put into that campus."
Robertson believes this data will encourage teachers when they report to school next week. He says the challenge now is to continue to improve and make LISD one of the best districts in Texas.
"There was just a high degree of focus on what they needed to do based on the data and we have the data. We can go down to the kid and know exactly what's going on. Sometimes it just takes something like this to make you focus and they did that," he said.
"We're going to do everything we can to make sure your child has an absolute fantastic education, whether they're a struggling child or a high performing child, our goal is for every one of them to have progress."
All other Lubbock County schools met the state standard.
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