It is based on Creating a New Vision for Public Education in Texas, the work of the Public Education Visioning Institute.
Sunnyvale ISD, a Consortium Associate district east of Dallas, recently opened a next-generation learning space at its middle school.
TASA, in cooperation with the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA), hosted a special summit for members of the TASA School Transformation Network (STN) and other district leaders interested in next-generation assessment and accountability on November 30, 2016.
Starting this school year, Beeville ISD, a Consortium Associate district, became the first Texas school district to make computer science a requirement for all 3,500 students at its six campuses.
Consortium Associate Mesquite ISD is creating prototype classrooms in the district's high schools that use flexible furniture and technology to get students collaborating and asking questions so they learn from each other.