Purpose of the P-TECH Blueprint
The Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) Blueprint provides foundational principles and standards for innovative partnerships with business and industry and colleges and universities. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) provides technical assistance to promote implementation of the P-TECH model with fidelity.
TEA is currently in a phase-in process for the new P-TECH Blueprint. Data for Outcomes-Based Measures (OBMs) on data indicators related to access, attainment, and achievement are for information and planning purposes only as the P-TECH Blueprint is being phased in. This information will not be used to determine designation status.
An 12-month guide to the planning year and opening a P-TECH campus
2020 Summit: Welcome Address
A video of the welcome session from the 2020 CCRSM Leadership Summit. This session gave a high-level overview of TEA’s goals and strategic priorities, funding opportunities, COVID-19’s effect on schools and the CCRSM network’s role in Texas education.
2020 Summit: Lessons from the Planning Year, panel discussion
A session from the 2020 CCRSM Leadership Summit. In this session CCR School Models leaders who are wrapping up their planning year share best practices and lessons learned.
2020 Summit: CCR School Models Interactive Blueprint and Toolkits
A session from the 2020 CCRSM Leadership Summit. In this session attendees will receive a guided tour of TEA’s resources, featuring the launch of the new CCR School Models Interactive Blueprint.
2020 Summit: Student Voices, panel discussion
A session from the 2020 CCRSM Leadership Summit. In this session graduates share their CCR School Models campus experiences and the impact their non-traditional education had on their lives, career choices and family.
Clint High School prepares students for high-demand careers
Seagoville students gain valuable insight from Eastfield College mentors