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Teacher working with students.The Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) is designed to recognize effective teachers throughout the state of Texas. As part of the TIA criteria, effective teachers can be recognized on three different designation levels: Recognized, Exemplary and Master. Based on these teacher designations, additional teacher-focused allotment funding will be awarded to districts to reward their top performers. The information below was taken directly from the TIA Website at


TIA By The Numbers:

  • TEA now has 373 districts accepted into TIA (approximately 1/3 of all LEA’s in Texas are part of TIA Cohorts A-E).

  • TEA had a 94% acceptance rate across the state in TIA Cohort F applications.

  • TEA had a 96% acceptance rate of non-rural districts across the state in TIA Cohort F applications.

  • TEA had a 97% acceptance rate of rural districts across the state in TIA Cohort F applications.

  • Region 10 had 100% acceptance rate of the LEAs who submitted TIA Cohort E applications (initial and resubmission).

TIA Informational Video:
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Region 10 districts interested in receiving TIA funding will follow the steps below. 

TIA Pre-requisite

Complete and submit Letter of Intent (LOI) for Cohort F.
The purpose of the Letter of Intent is to share your TIA purpose and to provide TEA with your district TIA contact person (to receive upcoming information about TEA trainings and webinars).



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