The Texas Public Accountability Consortium (TPAC) is a district-led network of school leaders working to build on the success of community-based accountability systems already in use in districts across the state by developing next-generation measures and assessments that would enable wider use of such systems. By focusing on tools and methodologies capable of producing both actionable information and data that can figure into each district’s community-based accountability system, TPAC’s goal is to demonstrate that a well-crafted community-based accountability system can better communicate the quality of effort by a school and district than the state’s standardized, test-centric A-F accountability system, which fails to provide a full picture of what is actually taking place in a school.
TPAC will meet twice during the 2023-24 school year:
Day 1 is typically 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., followed by a group dinner.
Day 2 is 8 a.m. to noon.
Sponsorship is for one of the two sessions and includes an invitation for one of your organization’s representatives to attend/observe the event starting at lunchtime on Day 1, with a verbal introduction of them made after lunch or at the close of the meeting on Day 1. Your rep may also attend the dinner that evening.
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