PSP Overview

Professional service providers (PSPs) are experienced educators (former principals, superintendents, and district administrators) who provide technical assistance to campuses with required interventions in the Texas Accountability Intervention System (TAIS). The PSP serves as a member of the campus intervention team (CIT) that is assigned to campuses with low performance in the state accountability system as stipulated in Texas Education Code (TEC) ยง39.106(a) and/or supports priority schools identified under the USDE flexibility waiver. The PSP provides assistance and oversight in building the capacity of campus/district leaders, teachers, and staff to understand the TAIS continuous improvement process and to identify and address gaps in the critical success factors (CSFs).

PSP Application

Want to make a difference? The Texas Center for District and School Support (TCDSS) is seeking qualified candidates to serve on campuses across Texas as a Professional Service Provider (PSP).

Application How-to Guide

Application Opens: October 26, 2015

Application Closes: February 28, 2016

Interviews: April - May 2016

Final Notifications: June 2016

Returning Applicants