Update on Thursday: The Texas Education Agency says that 48 percent of Texas campuses failed to meet Adequate Yearly Progress standards this year, compared with 26 percent of campuses that missed the federal benchmark in 2011.
That means 44 percent of campuses met the federal AYP targets for 2012; 8 percent of campuses were not evaluated because they were new campuses, for example.
We're still going through the data. But locally, Arlington, Birdville, Crowley, Eagle Mountain-Saginaw, Everman, Fort Worth, Grapevine-Colleyville, Hurst-Euless-Bedford, Keller, Kennedale, Mansfield and Northwest are among the Tarrant County area districts that failed to meet the AYP standards.
Aledo and Southlake Carroll school districts are among those that met the federal requirements.
Read more in the Star-Telegram. We'll keep updating the article this afternoon.
Here's the news release from the Texas Education Agency.
Look up your school's results here.