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The College, Career, and Military Readiness (CCMR) component of A-F Accountability measures graduates’ preparedness for college, the workforce, or the military. Students may demonstrate college, career, and military readiness in various ways according to Chapter 2 of the 2024 Accountability Manual.  An overview is provided below:

College Ready

  • Meet Texas Success Initiative (TSI) criteria in RLA and Mathematics (SAT/ACT/TSIA or college prep course)
  • Earn Dual Course Credits
  • Meet Criteria on AP/IB Examinations
  • Earn an Associate Degree
  • Complete an OnRamps Dual Enrollment Course
  • Graduate Under an Advanced Diploma Plan and be Identified as a Current Special Education Student

Career and
Military Readiness

  • Earn an Industry-Based Certification (IBC)
  • Graduate with Completed Individualized Education Program (IEP) and Workforce Readiness
  • Earn a Level I or Level II Certificate
  • Enlist in the United States Armed Forces or Texas National Guard


Upcoming CCMR Events

CCMR and Accountability


Accountability Webinar: CCMR


Improving College & Career Readiness Through Instruction


TEA Resources

2024 Accountability Manual

CCMR Data Sources

TEA Performance Reporting (with CCMR FAQ)


College Ready

Region 10 Programs & Contacts



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