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Partnership Brings Tech Literacy Assessment to Texas Schools

The Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) is partnering with Learning.com to offer all Texas schools a technology literacy assessment at no cost to districts.
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The Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) is partnering with Learning.com to offer all Texas schools a technology literacy assessment at no cost to districts.

The online assessment includes a blend of interactive, performance-based questions and multiple-choice, knowledge-based questions to measure and report technology literacy and skills for middle school students. The assessment is based on the Technology Application TEKS (TA-TEKS) and provides districts with the data needed to evaluate students’ 21st century skills.

Important dates for the Spring 2014 assessment phase include:

- Deadline to Request Participation: Feb. 14, 201

- Deadline to Submit Campus Details Worksheet: March. 1, 2014

- Last Day the Assessment is Available to Districts: June 14, 2014

To learn more, visit the TCEA assessment page.

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