A New Vision: Small District Transformation

Is it more challenging to transform a small district or a large one? This session explores the approaches that leaders in three districts: Lytle, Navasota, and Sunnyvale, have taken to transform their districts and the lessons they have learned along...

A Tale of Two Districts

Leaders that have the courage to engage their community in Designing Transformation are not the norm. These leaders want to make the TASA New Vision a reality for their students, they value collaborating with their parents, students, and community to...

Taking the engage2learn Learning Model Districtwide

Engage Learning is thrilled to be partnering with both Duncanville ISD and Harlingen CISD as they take the vision for project-based learning across their districts.  Knowing that PBL increases student engagement, attendance and achievement, the leadership in these two visionary...

Engaging Visionary Superintendents

Future Ready Superintendent Institute: Building on the Visioning Work In 2012-13, Shannon Buerk, CEO for Engage Learning, will be facilitating the TASA Future Ready Superintendent Institute, which is the extension of the work done by the Texas Visioning Institute– Creating a New Vision for...

PBL Helps Campus Meet Adequate Yearly Progress

For schools who transform from the traditional classroom environment, embracing Project Based Learning (PBL) as an instructional model can translate into significant changes in student learning evidenced in state assessments. Such was the case at Roy Miller High School/Metropolitan School...

Schools With Design In Mind

What do you get when you combine innovation, creativity and design with public education? The Metropolitan Schools of Design (Metro E and Metro Prep), which are a magnet K-12 feeder pattern in Corpus Christi, TX. The Metro grant writers and...