Texas' letter-grading system for schools and school districts is being changed.
State lawmakers late Sunday passed a bill to revamp the academic accountability rating system, where schools and district are assesses on an A-to-F grading scale.
The bill goes to Gov. Greg Abbott for his signature.
The system, created in 2015, has grades schools in five areas largely based on standardized test scores. It's being cut to three graded categories and factors in student achievement.