About the THPSC
- Students should be given the power to innovate and create.
- Teachers should be given the opportunity to use instructional strategies (including assessments) that bring relevance to classrooms.
- School districts have a moral imperative to develop good citizens who are prepared to succeed in postsecondary education and the workforce.
- Dynamic, rigorous curriculum standards in all content areas
- A variety of assessment alternatives that are not limited to paper and pencil tests
- Technology that is integrated into student learning
- Learning that is relevant and responsive to student interests
- Local community involvement in determining the factors that best measure school accountability in that community
- A variety of pathways to graduation
The THPSC believes that such a system will prepare students for post-secondary education, the workforce, and productive citizenship.
Reports to the Legislature
Consortium Associates benefit from sharing ideas, resources, and results with Consortium districts and have access to TASA’s school transformation services and resources, including in-district support, opportunities to engage with national leaders in educational innovation, and research on key transformation initiatives.
Consortium Associates are expected to share a commitment to the principles and premises outlined in Creating a New Vision for Public Education in Texas and engage as a contributing partner with Consortium members and other districts in the ongoing transformation work.
|Clear Creek ISD||4|
|College Station ISD||6|
|Glen Rose ISD||11|
|Highland Park ISD||10|
|Lake Travis ISD||13|
|Roscoe Collegiate ISD||14|
|Round Rock ISD||13|
|White Oak ISD||7|