The Texas Center for Educator Excellence (TxCEE) focuses on equipping educators to improve student achievement by aligning district resources and increasing educator effectiveness through training, coaching, and instructional support.

The Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) is designed to attract and retain effective teachers at your most challenging campuses. TxCEE can assist districts in successfully designing and implementing a TIA system as well as provide guidance and data managment of the TIA components.

TxCEE used research and lessons learned from a number of districts and states across the country to develop a Student Learning Objective (SLO) process. This process can be used to measure student growth in every classroom.

SEED is a district wide professional learning system that stems from school and district goals and uses collaborative learning efforts of educators to strengthen teacher quality, impacting classroom teaching and student achievement.

TEEMS is a data system for educators that integrates instructional, operational, and personnel data to help inform human capital decisions. TEEMS helps organize, document, monitor, and evaluate educator practices and student learning at the campus and district levels. 

New principals receive intensive and individualized coaching, mentoring, training, and support to positively impact school culture, educator development, and student achievement. This approach also increases leadership skills. 

This mentoring program for new teachers helps them learn how to implement research-based practices yielding high results and provides customized support to help maximize the impact on student achievement in their classroom.

Texas Center for
Educator Excellence

The Texas Center for Educator Excellence (TxCEE), an Austin-based satellite office of the Region 18 Education Service Center (ESC), provides leadership and technical assistance across Texas to improve educator excellence.  TxCEE’s mission focuses on equipping educators to improve student achievement by aligning district resources and increasing educator effectiveness through educator training, coaching, and instructional support.  To learn more about TxCEE and its services, email info@txcee.org or call 512-538-0611.

 

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If you would like information about our training and consulting services for Texas school districts, please contact Priscilla Gonzalez Flores, TxCEE Communications Manager, at pflores@txcee.org.

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