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### Discover the Latest Ranking of Your Child’s North Texas School by Children at Risk

How did your educational institution in North Texas perform this year? A offers a fresh perspective.

An annual index by a statewide advocacy group primarily evaluates students’ performance on STAAR tests to assign grades ranging from A to F, considering factors such as school performance, academic growth, and college readiness.

Campuses demonstrating high academic achievement despite facing high poverty levels may receive a Gold Ribbon designation.

Typically, magnet schools and institutions with selective admission criteria dominate the rankings, a trend that persisted this year. However, officials from Children at Risk expressed concern over the decline in the number of Gold Ribbon schools.

The nonprofit’s ranking coincides with the legal delay in the release of the state’s official A through F campus grades due to modifications in the Texas Education Agency’s accountability system.

The complete report from Children at Risk is set to be unveiled later this week.

Families can review the rankings for North Texas below.