Texas Performance Assessment Consortium (TPAC)

  • The Texas Performance Assessment Consortium (TPAC) is 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.

    By focusing on tools and methodologies capable of producing both actionable information and data that can figure into each district’s community-based accountability system, TPAC is working toward its goal of demonstrating that a well-crafted community-based accountability system can better communicate the quality of effort by a school and district than the state’s standardized, test-centric accountability system, which fails to provide a full picture of what is actually taking place in a school.

    TPAC’s mission is to restore agency to districts and campuses, and prove that educators who take an active role in their accountability can create rich systems that transcend any standardized system.

Answering the challenge of next-generation assessment and accountability

TPAC Member Districts

Launched in 2017, TPAC was designed as a pilot that includes the following 44 volunteer districts in its first year. The plan is to include more districts in the second year.
District Region
Alvin ISD 4
Amarillo ISD 16
Arlington ISD 11
Austin ISD 13
Bryan ISD 6
Burkburnett ISD 9
Chapel Hill ISD 8
Clear Creek ISD 4
College Station ISD 6
Coppell ISD 10
Corsicana ISD 12
DeKalb ISD 8
East Central ISD 20
Friendswood ISD 4
Galveston ISD 4
Georgetown ISD 13
Godley ISD 11
Goliad ISD 3
Gunter ISD 10
Highland Park ISD 10
Hillsboro ISD 12
Hudson ISD 7
Huffman ISD 4
Huntsville ISD 6
Klein ISD 4
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