Texas Title I Priority Schools Grant Program

NCLB, Section 1003(g) School Improvement Grants

The Texas Title I Priority Schools (TTIPS) Grant Program is funded by the federal NCLB Section 1003(g) and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Section 1003(g) School Improvement Grant appropriations.  Campus eligibility for the program is defined in the U.S. Department of Education Final Regulations released Dec. 3, 2009, and amended by the 2010 Appropriations Act.  

Cycle 1 - 2010-2013

Cycle 2 - 2011-2014

Cycle 3 - 2014-2017

TTIPS News and Announcements

6/4/2013

Request for Waiver Regarding Cycle 1 SIG Funds Extension of Period of Availability (PDF, 36KB)

Cycle 1 SIG Grantees Eligible for Extension of Availability of Funds (PDF, 141KB)

6/29/2012

Final list of teacher and principal evaluation federal requirement implementation timeline extensions, as submitted to USDE, now posted Texas Title I Priority Schools Grant Teacher and Principal Evaluation Requirement and Timeline Extension  

6/5/2012

Preliminary list of extensions and PDAS Pilot Participants is now posted Texas Title I Priority Schools Grant Teacher and Principal Evaluation Requirement and Timeline Extension

4/3/2012

Texas Title I Priority Schools Grant Teacher and Principal Evaluation Requirement and Timeline Extension - Form for each transformation campus due Monday, April 23, 2012

9/23/2011

Waiver Request to U.S. Department of Education: SIG Evaluation Extension

Proposed Text of USDE Waiver

12/8/2010

Request for Waiver Regarding Cycle 2 Texas Title I Priority Schools Grant Program School Improvement Grant (SIG) Funds

9/24/2010

Waiver Request to U. S. Department of Education

The following data is provided as required by the U.S. Department of Education in accordance with final regulations under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

Report Description
Report
Title I schools in improvement, corrective action, or restructuring, that are identified as “persistently lowest-achieving” as defined by the final federal regulations. 2009 List
2010 List
Secondary schools that are eligible for but do not receive, Title I funds, that are identified as “persistently lowest-achieving” as defined by the final federal regulations. 2009 List
2010 List
Definition of “persistently lowest-achieving” schools as defined by the final federal regulations 2009-2010
2010-2011
The average statewide school gain in the “all students” category and the average statewide school gain for each student subgroup (as under section 1111(b)(2)(C)(v) of the ESEA) on the State assessments in reading/language arts and for the State and for each LEA in the State, the number and percentage of Title I schools in improvement, corrective action, or restructuring that have made progress on State assessments in reading/language arts in the last year. 2009 List
2010 List
2011 List (Reading - SIP)
2011 SW List (Reading - Statewide)
The average statewide school gain in the “all students” category and the average statewide school gain for each student subgroup (as under section 1111(b)(2)(C)(v) of the ESEA) on State assessments in mathematics and for the State and for each LEA in the State, the number and percentage of Title I schools in improvement, corrective action, or restructuring that have made progress on State assessments in mathematics in the last year. 2009 List
2010 List
2011 List (Math - SIP)
2011 SW List (Math - Statewide)  
The persistently lowest-achieving schools that are Title I schools in improvement, corrective action, or restructuring, that have been turned around, restarted, closed, or transformed (as defined in the final federal regulations) in the last year. 2009 List
2010 List
The persistently lowest-achieving schools that are secondary schools that are eligible for, but do not receive, Title I funds, that have been turned around, restarted, closed, or transformed in the last year. 2009 List
2010 List
Charter schools that have made progress on State assessments in reading/language arts in the last year. 2009 List
2010 List
2011 List (Reading - Charter)
Charter schools that have made progress on State assessments in mathematics in the last year.
2009 List
2010 List
2011 List (Math - Charter)
 

For additional information, contact:

School Improvement and Support
1701 North Congress Avenue
Austin, TX  78701

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