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The Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) was created by the Texas Legislature as part of House Bill 3 to help recruit, retain, and reward effective educators in the classroom at high needs campuses. The TIA would provide additional funding to eligible teachers who earn local designations through this allotment system. Dickinson ISD has submitted an application to the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to participate in this process.
TIA Presentation: An Overview
TIA Handbook (Coming Soon)
3 new designations (Master, Exemplary, Recognized) based on teacher effectiveness, added to teacher’s SBEC certificate
School districts will receive $3-32K annually per designated teacher
Greater funding for designated teachers on high-needs traditional campuses
90% of funding must be spent on teacher compensation on the campus where the designated teacher works
TIA Spending Plan
5-year designation validity, regardless of teacher placement, subject or school
Application Scoring Rubric
Texas TIA Website
TIA Stakeholder Group
TIA Steering Committee
National Board Certification Program
TIA District Job Fair Information
District Job Fair Registration Website Information
Frequently Asked Questions
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