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  • "I enjoyed the energy and enthusiasm brought by the presenters. Not only did they make sitting through the presentation enjoyable, but their information was useful."
  • "The information provided for PBIS was exactly the information we needed. Fun ideas and easy to implement."
  • "Presenters remained on task, sessions started on time, and the information was relevant. I also appreciated time to work with my group. This is crucial!"
  • "This will make us more effective leaders so that our students can have access to more effective instruction and instructional leadership!"
  • "The most useful part of the Action Research Overview session was the step-by-step approach and guidance provided to all participants."

TTIPS Cycle 3 Kick-Off Training


TTIPS Cycle 3 Evaluation

Welcome and Overview

Culture of Continuous Improvement: Core Values

Culture of Continuous Improvement: Effective Leadership

Culture of Continuous Improvement: Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS)

Culture of Continuous Improvement: Evaluating Grant Interventions

Culture of Continuous Improvement: Aligning the Improvement Plan to the TTIPS Grant

Culture of Continuous improvement: Succession Planning


Welcome!


Welcome to the Texas Title I Priority Schools (TTIPS) Grant website! The purpose of this website is to provide you information about the TTIPS Grant options, requirements, resources, and contacts. TTIPS is Texas' version of the School Improvement Grant (SIG).

The TTIPS grant was established to assist the lowest-achieving schools across the state of Texas. Campuses are eligible if identified as "persistently lowest-achieving" or have met other eligibility criteria defined in the federal guidelines.

With the TTIPS Grant, TEA is committed to assisting local education agencies (LEAs) in turning around low-performing campuses and to improving the academic performance of all campuses that are eligible for Title I funding. This program offers LEAs an unprecedented opportunity to make "bold choices for a bright future."