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Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA)

We have some exciting news to share!

Greenville ISD's Teacher Incentive Allotment application has been accepted by the Texas Education Agency. 

The Teacher Incentive Allotment, or TIA, was created in 2019 with the goal of providing top educators the opportunity to earn a six-figure salary. The program was established by House Bill 3, a comprehensive public school funding bill passed by the 86th Texas Legislature.

Through the TIA, districts can receive funding allotments of $3,000–$32,000 per designated teacher. The amount of funding is based on the level of designation each teacher receives, with greater funds being allotted for teachers in high-need and rural districts.

It puts them on a playing field with other high-paying professions and allows teachers to stay in the classroom and receive high compensation.

To date, more than 4,000 of the state’s roughly 360,000 public schoolteachers have been designated by the system, resulting in a payout of approximately $43 million to school districts across Texas.

What does the Teacher Incentive Allotment provide for GISD teachers?

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