About the MISSION

MISSION: School Transformation is a movement to evolve Texas public education into a system that prepares students to be future-ready. Learn more about the mission and how it began.

Vision in Practice

The Vision in Practice blog was created — by Texas educators for Texas educators — to provide insight into classrooms, campuses, and districts that are transforming teaching and learning to meet the needs of students in the 21st century. Follow the blog for examples and stories of school transformation across Texas.
Vision in Practice
MISSION: School Transformation is an initiative of the Texas Association of School Administrators.

Principles of School Transformation

MISSION: School Transformation, an initiative of the Texas Association of School Administrators, is aligned with the work of the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium, which is charged (in state law) with informing the governor, Legislature, State Board of Education, and commissioner of education on methods for transforming Texas public schools by improving learning based on the following principles: 

It is based on Creating a New Vision for Public Education in Texas, the work of the Public Education Visioning Institute.

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  • THPSC Mentioned in EdTech Magazine

    The Texas High Performance Schools Consortium, a group of school districts leading MISSION: School Transformation, was mentioned in a recent EdTech magazine article on the "9 Steps to a Future-Ready Education."

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  • Education-Reimagined Podcast Features Alamo Heights ISD Leaders

    Episode three of the new "Shift Your Paradigm" podcast series features Kevin Brown, superintendent of Alamo Heights ISD, a Consortium Associate district, and Frank Alfaro, AHISD's assistant superintendent. Brown and Alfaro have led Alamo Heights to collaboratively develop the AHISD Profile of a Learner, which describes the characteristics and attributes the community desires for 21st century students.

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  • Georgetown ISD Looking for New Way to Measure Student Success

    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.

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  • Roscoe Collegiate ISD Sets New Standard for College and Career Readiness

    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.

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