Texas Education Agency and its partners work with close to 300 districts to meet the real-time needs of educators while laying the foundation for innovation, equity and agility on a post-pandemic horizon.
In alliance with Texas Education Agency (TEA) and Dell Technologies, Advanced Learning Partnerships serves a community of 289 Independent School Districts (ISDs) as they strive to facilitate inclusive, high-quality learning experiences for students in 2020 and 2021.
This Dell Texas Learners Network (DTLN) unites and empowers teachers, coaches, and administrators across every region of the State through a responsive and inclusive range of professional learning (PL) pathways. Educators within the DTLN may access a rich and ever-expanding portfolio of facilitated webinars, virtual courses, social media networking events, and even video-based, small-group coaching sessions. ALP coaches, with established skill and rich experience in a wide array of leadership roles, will attentively facilitate these experiences.
The DTLN kicks off in November 2020 with the first wave of relevant and engaging webinars and virtual courses.
Beginning in January 2021, TLN offerings will expand to include conveniently scheduled and interactive virtual PL experiences along each of the aforementioned pathways. A cohort of Districts within the TLN may also qualify for additional ALP services that are customized to each community’s local priorities and needs.
- Mission: to ensure reliable, equitable access to learning for all families, regardless of location or means.
- Impacts 5.5 million Texas students who are enrolled in public education systems.
- Dell Technologies, Texas Education Agency, and ALP have partnered to deliver extensive PL support in alignment with the deployment of over 300,000 devices to participating Texas ISDs.
- More information on Operation Connectivity can be found Here