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  • Roscoe Collegiate High School Among 30 Schools Named “World-Leading Learners” and Invited to Join Global Learning Network

    Roscoe Collegiate High School in Roscoe Collegiate ISD, a Texas High Performance Schools Consortium district, was named 2017 World-Leading Learners in October 2017 and invited to join the Global Learning Network (GLN), based on the school's selection by Commissioner of Education Mike Morath as Texas' nominee. GLN is a community of educators from exemplary schools that develop, practice, and share innovative approaches to education that ensure their students are prepared for career and lifelong success.

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  • TPAC the Subject of Series of Interviews by Global Education Correspondent

    Global education correspondent Rod Berger recently conducted a series of interviews with educators involved with the Texas Performance Assessment Consortium (TPAC), a group of 44 Texas school districts working to build on the success of community-based accountability systems already in use in districts across the state by developing next-generation measures and assessments that would enable wider use of such systems.

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  • School Transformation From the Heart

    The September 7, 2017, issue of Pioneering!, the magazine of Education Reimagined, includes an article by TASA Immediate Past President Kevin Brown, superintendent, Alamo Heights ISD, a Consortium Associate district. In the article, Brown tells the story of why and how his district re-evaluated its priorities as it developed a new strategic plan. Read “School Transformation from the Heart.”

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  • Texas Superintendents Look to Find New Accountability Plan

    KBTX-TV in Bryan-College Station recently interviewed College Station Superintendent Clark Ealy and Huntsville ISD Superintendent Howell Wright about their participation in the Texas Performance Assessment Consortium (TPAC), a TASA initiative with the mission of building and supporting next-generation measures and assessments in support of community-based accountability systems.

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