Highland Park ISD has been invited to participate in the Texas High Performance Schools Consortium, which will help develop innovative, next-generation learning standards and accountability systems. TEA will host the first consortium meeting next month.
“The school districts selected to participate in the consortium are already known for their innovative work and are looked to by many as educational leaders,” said Texas Commissioner of Education Michael L. Williams. “This exciting project will help the Governor, legislative leaders and the Texas Education Agency craft a sound, well-thought out plan to move all Texas schools to the next performance level.”
HPISD is one of only 23 districts invited to join the consortium.