In Texas, CCMR stands for College, Career, and Military Readiness. CCMR points are awarded to school districts based on the percentage of graduates who meet certain criteria related to college, career, and military readiness.
To earn CCMR points, graduates must meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Earn college credit through Advanced Placement (AP) or dual credit courses
- Earn a qualifying score on the SAT, ACT, or TSIA2
- Complete a coherent sequence of career and technical education (CTE) courses & earn an industry-based certification or license.
- Enlist in the military
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) awards CCMR points to school districts based on the percentage of graduates who meet these criteria. The points are used as a measure of a school district's success in preparing students for college, career, and military readiness.