It is based on Creating a New Vision for Public Education in Texas, the work of the Public Education Visioning Institute.
Officials of Georgetown ISD, a Consortium Associate district, want to hear from the community as they create a new way to measure student success. The students will still take the STAAR test, but as a district, they're working to create a community-based accountability system -- a new way to measure student success.
On May 5, 2017, 27 of 28 members of the Roscoe Collegiate ISD (RCISD) senior class graduated from Western Texas College in Snyder, Texas, with associate degrees — two weeks before they cross the high school graduation stage in Roscoe.
Building on the work of the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium (THPSC) and recognizing the continuing need to develop alternatives to the A-F state-driven accountability system, we are launching a new initiative—the Texas Performance Assessment Consortium (TPAC).
Willis ISD will break ground in spring 2017 on a new Career and Technology Education Center building that will provide space, classrooms, labs, and upgraded equipment that will help enhance and grow the district's advanced engineering design class.