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TAP Projects and Partnerships
TAP is implemented in a diverse set of urban, rural and suburban districts across the country. In the 2011-12 school year, the TAP system is impacting approximately 20,000 teachers and 200,000 students.
In addition to TAP projects in a number of schools and districts nationwide, the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET) has entered into state partnerships with Louisiana, South Carolina, Texas and Indiana. NIET also participates in a university partnership with Arizona State University. In these locations, the TAP system is being administered and supported by state or university-level personnel. NIET recognizes these state teams as authorized providers of the TAP system.
For more information about districts and states implementing TAP, please contact us.
Jim Rex, Former South Carolina Superintentent of Education
"Through these efforts [implementing TAP], we'll reach the tipping point of moving from a pilot project to a full-blown statewide model of reform. A performance-based compensation system, using value-added measures that are reliable and transparent, will ultimately affect achievement for all students. . ."