TAC Call for Proposals

This year’s Texas Assessment Conference call for proposals centers on the theme:

“Uniting Powerful Teams to Drive Student Performance”

Concurrent sessions are one hour in length.  The following are suggested (but not limited to) areas for session topics:

  • State & Federal Accountability
    • Best Practices
      • Successful Testing Solutions
      • Translating Data Into Action
      • Uniting Powerful Teams
        • Professional Learning Communities
      • Leveraging Data to Build ROI (Return on Investment)
    • Building Systematic Processes (Inputs to Outputs to Outcomes)
    • Collaboration Across Teams (Assessment, Curriculum & Instruction, Technology, and Finance)
    • College and Career Readiness
    • Small and Mid-size District Solutions
    • Formative Assessment (Ongoing Outputs – Data for the Purpose of Learning)
    • Summative Assessment (Outcomes – STAAR-related final exams, semester exams, Benchmarks, ACT/SAT, etc.)
    • Special Populations & Emergent Bilingual Practices (TELPAS, Transition to English, etc.)
    • Technology
    • TACTP
    • TEA
    • Cambium

If you are submitting the session proposal on behalf of someone else, please fill in the Submission Editor contact information to receive a carbon copy of submission notifications.

Exhibitors/Vendors wanting to submit a session proposal must co-present with someone from a school campus, district, or college/university to have their session proposal considered.

All main presenters and co-presenters must register for the Texas Assessment Conference and pay the registration fee.  

Presenters should answer three learning objectives when preparing a concurrent session proposal.


Session Submission Form