Listing of resources and past webinars provided by our community members.
Slide deck used for the webinar on May 19, 2017.
Student centered learning approaches are effective in closing the opportunity gap.
Six strategies to build college readiness.
A resource posted on the JFF website providing rationale and benefits of Student Centered Learning:
This report is a sample of what is generated when a student takes TSI test.
Published by the College Board providing information about the assessment to students, parents, and educators alike.
Profile of 8th grade demographics in Pharr - San Juan - Alamo ISD.
This document lists and describes the learning standards assessed on the Texas Success Initiative.
This resource will give you an idea of how to schedule a "College Readiness" course into your existing master schedule.
This resource will give you an idea of how to structure a TSI Training session for your teachers.
This brief explores the leadership of a large-scale effort to expand early college designs districtwide—the Early College Expansion Partnership (ECEP), funded by a five-year Investing in Innovation
Many students need help to become college-ready in high school and to achieve success in college.
The presenters will share information on CTE and STEM career pathways that include opportunities to take dual enrollment courses.
As secondary math teachers, we're often frustrated by the lack of true number sense in our students.
Presentation for dual credit
An example of TSI test scheduling at an ECHS campus
Presentation outlines dual credit earned from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
The framework for a student on a core complete (42 college credit hour) path
The framework for a student on a path to earn 12 college credit hours