Texas School/School District Performance Project 3
-- Houston Area
TXSDP3 - Houston Start-up View
The graphic presented below shows the Texas School/School District Performance "Project 3" (TXSDP3) start-up view when the TXSDP3-Houston project is opened with the CommunityViewer (CV) GIS software.
Use the TXSDP3-Houston project on your computer ...
Save TXSDP3-Houston project to folder c:\txsdp.
With CV running, use File>Open and open c:\txsdp\txsdp3_houston.gpr.
Requires base TXSDP3 project files ... contact us for details (mention TXSDP)
Examining Characteristics of the Houston Area
Click on the graphic at lower right to view a narrated video showing use of TXSDP for schools and school districts in the Houston area.
Map Graphic showing Houston Metro
The graphic presented below shows a zoom-in view to Houston metro. School districts are shown with bold black boundaries. The thematic pattern shows percent population age 25 years and over who are high school graduates by census tract. Labels show grade 11 % all test takers who met standard by school. The identify tool is used to show a profile for a selected school (see pointer). The profile shows attributes for this school.
When the project is active on your computer, you can click on/off the tracts layer and view districts ... selectively click on/off school layers ... optionally change labeling ... optionally select other performance measures ... zoom to areas of interest ... add other types of data and geography.
Click on graphic at right to view a narrated video of using TXSDP in the Houston area.
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