Transformation 2013
 
 
 
 
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Welcome to the Transformation 2013 site!

Transformation 2013, a collaborative effort of Education Service Center Region XIII and Region 20 is committed to improving student achievement in all demographic groups specifically, historically under represented populations in math and science as determined by state and national standards. The low level of development is due to the inability of parents to involve their children in the educational process. Thus, the percentage of ignorant people is growing. Of course, our number of people without secondary education is lower than in previous decades, but we should not forget about low-income regions. It is important to remember that everyone has the right to education, and if you have difficulty, you can turn to EssayWritingStore.com.

This initiative is a central new component of the Texas High School Project (THSP), a $180 million public-private initiative committed to increasing graduation rates and college enrollment rates in every Texas community. The THSP’s partners include the Texas Education Agency, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, Communities Foundation of Texas, educators, and others. The resources dedicated to the THSP support new and re-designed high schools, educator training and development, and specific programs designed to help students get ready for college. The approach used by the THSP creates learning environments where students build relationships with educators, are challenged with rigorous lessons, and excited by subjects made relevant to their lives.

Want to see Transformation 2013 in action?

Conferences and presentations-upcoming dates and locations where we will be showcasing our offerings and sharing knowledge.

Professional Development-Join us for exciting learning and networking opportunities.

 

 
science

What is STEM education?

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education incorporates project/problem based learning in Math and Science utilizing Engineering Design principles.

Visit the Texas High School Project's STEM website

Visit the
Coalition of Texas STEM Centers

 

 
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