Teacher Incentive Allotment
Teacher Incentive Allotment Overview
House Bill (HB) 3 was passed by the 86th Texas Legislature and was signed into law by Governor Abbott on June 11, 2019. The bill established the Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) program. The TIA has a stated goal of a highly competitive salary for teachers who prioritize teaching in high needs areas and rural district campuses. The program is dedicated to recruiting, supporting and retaining highly effective teachers in all schools, with particular emphasis on high need and rural schools. Districts, if they choose to, can develop a local designation system and designate high-performing teachers (Master, Exemplary or Recognized). Districts will receive additional funding ($3,000-$32,000 per year) for every designated teacher they employ.
Emiliano C. Camarillo - BISD Teacher Incentive Allotment Coordinator
- What is the Teacher Incentive Allotment?
- What impact will TIA make in Brownsville ISD?
- Who is eligible?
- What are the local components of the local designation system?
- What is the timeline?
- How does a teacher earn a designation and how long does it last?
- How are the measurements for determining teacher designations weighted?
- What is the financial impact of the TIA per teacher?
- What is the spending plan for Cohort D?
The video includes information on:
1)SLO Calendar (2022-2023)
2) Required Milestones for the 2022-2023 SY
3)Updates for the 2022-2023 SY
4) Key Terms and Concepts
5) SLO Process Refresher
6) Teacher Rating Rubric
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