The South Texas Partnership for Algebra Transitions (STPAT) is a collaboration partnering CCISD and TAMUCC to improve the quality of algebra instruction in the high-need Coastal Bend region of South Texas. The STPAT approach is to support teacher-led instructional reform and represents a comprehensive strategy to address a critical need for improving local students’ performance as they transition to and from algebra content.
The STPAT project goals are:
We facilitate teacher-led reform through summer math institutes, academic-year follow up events, and coordinated coaching. Teacher-participants are supported with tuition and fees, professional development funds, and generous summer work stipends.
The STPAT project brings together motivated CCISD mathematics teachers who share the following aims:
Nearly all CCISD math teachers, coaches, and administrators are eligible to participate.
For more information on STPAT, contact Joe Champion (project coordinator).