Texas Center for Educator Excellence

The Texas Center for Educator Excellence (TxCEE), an Austin-based satellite office of the Region 18 Education Service Center, provides leadership and technical assistance across Texas to improve educator effectiveness. Over the last decade, TxCEE has received three Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) Grants; a Teacher and School Leader (TSL) Grant; and an…

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National Professional Development

National Professional Development The Texas Center for Educator Excellence (TxCEE) at the Region 18 Education Service Center is partnering with the American Institutes for Research® (AIR®) to conduct the Collaborative Language Acquisition Strategies for Success (CLASS) project for Emergent Bilinguals (EBs), funded through the U.S. Department of Education’s National Professional Development…

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Big Bend National Board Cohort

Big Bend National Board Cohort Five districts have joined together to participate in the Big Bend National Board Cohort funded by a TEA grant.  The participating districts will select qualified teachers to engage in the National Board certification process.  Interested teachers should contact their Superintendent for additional information and the…

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How to use V-Lookup in Excel [Video]

V-Lookup is a versatile tool in Excel that allows the matching of data across separate sheets using key values. This handy tool alleviates the need for redundant or repetitive manual entry of data across spreadsheets. Click the link below to have TxCEE walk you through using V-Lookup in Excel to…

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Service Overview

Calibration Services
TxCEE Texas Center for Educator Excellence

Calibration Services

TxCEE’s experienced Calibration Experts have helped dozens of districts with Texas Teacher Evaluation and Support System (T-TESS) Calibration, Texas Principal Evaluation and Support System (T-PESS), TIA Designation Configuration, other Customizable Evaluation Rubrics and more.

Data Management
Texas Educator Excellence Management System

Data Management

TEEMS  organizes, documents, monitors, and evaluates educator practices and student learning at the campus and district levels. TEEMS is the ideal system for managing your TIA data.

TIA Training & Consulting
Teacher Incentive Allotment

TIA Training & Consulting

TxCEE assist districts in successfully designing and implementing a TIA system. We guide calculations, create a designation system, implement student growth measures (SGMs), and data management of the TIA components. 

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TxCEE works with schools to set a course for growth and success.


The Texas Center for Educator Excellence (TxCEE) focuses on improving student achievement in Texas schools by improving human capital through Data Aggregation, Evaluation Calibration, and Professional Training. 

Our proprietary TEEMS Data Management System provides districts with custom data support for Student Growth Measures, Educator Evaluation, and Custom Rubrics for TIA Designation.

TxCEE’s experienced Instructional Training Staff have created custom calibration systems and provided career advancement training for hundreds of teachers and administrators.

Educator Spotlight


  • Educator Spotlight: Aundra McMullen
    Educator Spotlight: Aundra McMullen

    Mentoring, for me, looks like willful sacrifice and unconditional support. Like a therapist, you remain accessible in times of crisis while being a supportive presence over time. It is continuous work that builds over time into a bigger picture of stronger professionals doing great work with our students. The difference I have made in my …

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TxCEE News

Never forget that what you do matters immensely. It has a value that cannot be summed or named; it just is. Your success was choosing a path that has this value. The rest is just details.Thank you for what you continue to do. We see you and appreciate you. ... See MoreSee Less
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The American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference last week was simply amazing. What a privilege to attend, share, and learn. #AERA2023 ... See MoreSee Less
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This week, our directors, Joann Taylor and Jessica Sievert Navarro, were in Washington D.C. at the The Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) conference. They reported that were graced with a performance from the Madrigals Choir from Wakefield HS, Arlington Public Schools and learned from other grantees in the Poster Session including UTSA's research on identity and its impact on teaching. What a great week of collaboration and learning. ... See MoreSee Less
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