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TxCEE Texas Center for Educator Excellence

TxCEE equips educators to improve student achievement by aligning district resources and increasing educator effectiveness through training, coaching, and instructional support.

Calibration Services

TxCEE Texas Center for Educator Excellence

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

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 and Consulting

Teacher Incentive Allotment

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 of 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


paola pernalette
Paola Pernalette
PSJA ISD

I was a classroom teacher for 14 years before I became a CLL.  I didn’t know what I was getting into, but I knew I was ready for something different.  As a teacher, I was used to helping and supporting teachers with math and technology instruction; and as a CLL I knew I would be able to help and impact more teachers. 
The CLL position made me grow and develop in many ways. My Instructional Support Specialist played a big role in my development as a CLL. She was good at giving me different examples to help increase my understanding of different levels of depth and rigor.  I was never afraid to try new things. This position gave me the opportunity to explore and try new ideas with the teachers,  like having on hand many options in case a teacher didn’t get something right away during our meetings so that we could try different ways.  One part that I recognize I still need to improve on is being a better listener in order to learn how to reach teachers at various levels and provide the best support they can receive.  
I am straightforward with teachers and I give them the goal for our meetings so they know what we are working towards and what to look for.  Direct communication really helped me create trusting relationships with the teachers I have supported.  For the last four years, I have grown a lot as a CLL and I would like to continue improving my skills as a coach. 


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