Educate Texas helps educational leaders plan the best approach to support teaching and learning in their schools. We offer an array of programs that help educators promote learning recovery to prepare students for college and careers:
Benefits of Our Programs
Our work in the areas of college and career readiness, effective teaching, and higher education success includes several program opportunities to support districts with the following benefits and features:
- Support with creating blueprints for success to address learning loss, promote learning recovery, and better serve students
- Assistance with the activation of funding by the Texas Education Agency
- High-quality and data-driven technical assistance for all district staff program participants
- Multiple hubs of tools and resources with evidence-based solutions and best practices
- Frequent opportunities to connect for collaboration and feedback
In an educational landscape that continues to evolve, we are helping districts and campuses prepare students for a better tomorrow. Learn more about our programs at EdTx.org/AcceleratedLearning.
ClassLink’s “Remote Learning Made Possible” webpage features a variety of resources, including: remote learning case studies; guides for parents, teachers, and administrators; and links to helpful articles.
In response to the rapid shift to remote learning in 2020, ClassLink created two rubrics to help school districts and states self-assess their readiness for remote learning. These tools — Rubrics for Back to School and Education Continuity Plans — are intended to exist in the public domain and may be adapted to fit each district’s needs and to share exemplars among districts. Learn more.
See the College Board’s Coronavirus updates webpage for news on test administrations.
Ensure your AP Program is set up for success. Using AP Classroom’s free tools helps teachers personalize learning and efficiently track student progress.
The College Board and Khan Academy continue to provide free resources online, including full-length practice tests and personalized learning tools at khanacademy.org/sat.
Edmentum collected their best tools and resources to help make sure you and your students will be successful with your virtual, hybrid, or blended learning program:
- Virtual & Curriculum Planning Resources
- Free Printables and Resources to Power Learning
- A Parent Guide: Support Your Child During Virtual Learning
- Video Lessons
- Virtual Checklist
- Virtual and Blended Learning Best Practices
- On Demand Webinars
- Does your school have a Google Workspace for Education account? Administrators can sign up for this free suite of tools. Google Workspace for Education is free for qualifying schools globally.
- Google also offers a remote work resource center with free tools and resources to keep those working remotely connected and productive.
LPA, Inc. has established a scholarship program to champion the design professions among students from underrepresented demographics. The program awards five high school seniors in California and Texas with $5,000 renewable scholarships each year. Seniors in historically underrepresented communities interested in pursuing careers related to architecture, engineering and design should apply by the January 28, 2022, deadline. In addition to financial aid, students will be matched with LPA mentors in their respective disciplines and will be eligible for paid summer internships at LPA. Get the details.
PBK’s team of K-12 design, maintenance and operations experts has developed free resources focused on optimizing educational facilities for wellness.
- Download the “Building Well” Whitepaper and learn about evolving trends and applications for MEP systems and procedures that can promote wellness and assist in mitigating the spread of communicable disease.
- Download the “Healthy Schools!” Whitepaper and discover evolving solutions for learning environments that promote wellness for educational communities.