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However, considering the data collection and accounting mechanisms institutionalized by NCLB, the environment is ripe for risk-management logic and subsequent behaviors, particularly in high schools serving a majority of at-risk students in Texas. Applying the literature on organizational risk-assessment practice and theory within educational organizations, this paper seeks to understand whether and how Texas high schools have assessed the risk of at-risk students when faced with the pressure of NCLB-inspired policies.

Respondent high schools’ state accountability ratings (2005-2010) Table II. Respondent high schools’ federal adequate yearly progress ratings (2005-2010) Lincoln Unacceptable rating 4/11 Academically acceptable Recognized High School 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Camino Del Oro Palma Tierra Edgeview Clearbend Crockett King Carver Douglas Lincoln Did not meet AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Meet AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP 5/11 Missed Missed Missed Missed Missed Missed Missed Missed Missed Missed Missed 11/11 Missed AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP 10/11 Meet AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Meet AYP 4/11 Missed AYP Meet AYP Meet AYP Meet AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Meet AYP Meet AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP Missed AYP 5/11 AYP AYP AYP AYP AYP AYP AYP AYP AYP AYP AYP and entered into formulas to determine ratings for districts and schools.

The principal at Edgeview shared that enrolling at-risk students was in direct competition with the incentives set up by the accountability system. Educators, he explained, had to ponder the risks involved for their school when enrolling lowperforming students under the press of accountability. For most educators, this is in direct opposition to their belief in the importance of educating all students. At-risk student averse 575 JEA 50,5 There are all these kids [in dropout recovery program] that are going to struggle on the TAKS.

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