College Preparatory Courses (HB 5)
College Preparatory Course PEIMS
College Preparatory Course - English Language Arts CP110100
College Preparatory Course - Mathematics CP111200
*PEIMS numbers are the same for Texas College Bridge
College Preparatory CourseHouse Bill 5 created an opportunity for Alamo Colleges, UTSA, TAMUSA, and several independent school districts within ESC-20, to build a partnership. Together, we have designed the College Preparatory courses for English and Math, which are offered to 12th grade students. In the partnership, professors and K-12 educators collaborated to determine standards, assessments, resources, and professional development to offer the College Preparatory courses in the fall of 2014. If you are interested in building a partnership with Alamo Colleges, UTSA, and TAMUSA, please use the following process:
- Operational Team - Leadership (District Level / IHE Leader) Decision Maker to negotiate MOU and partnership agreements
- English Vertical Alignment Team - District or Campus English content specialist to maintain focus on professional development, calibration, and curriculum / instruction collaboration with secondary and postsecondary faculty
- Math Vertical Alignment Team - District or Campus Math content specialist to maintain focus on professional development, calibration, and curriculum / instruction collaboration with secondary and postsecondary faculty
To ensure we communicate effectively with all College Prep partners, please use this survey to update your district or IHE College Prep contacts.
4. Send teachers and teacher leads to the College Prep Professional Development sessions. These all-day sessions will prepare teachers through discussion, planning, and resource review. To send unlimited participants to the Math and ELAR professional development sessions, join the College Preparatory Course Partnership Cooperative. Student enrollment is based on total district enrollment and not enrollment in the course. To join, please choose the “College Preparatory Course Partnership” in the Commitment System.
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