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Recognition and Reward for Teaching Performance

Teacher Incentive Allotment logo

Recognition and Reward for Teaching Performance

Rewarding Teacher Excellence in Texas

The Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) was created by the Texas Legislature as part of House Bill 3 to provide a realistic pathway for top teachers to earn six-figure salaries and to help attract and retain highly effective teachers at traditionally hard-to-staff schools.

2020–2021 Teacher Incentive Allotment

Recognized

Recognized Badge

Allotment:  $3,000–$9,000

Average Recognized allotment is $6,181.

Exemplary

Exemplary badge

Allotment:  $6,000–$18,000

Average Exemplary allotment is $12,576.

Master

Master Badge

Allotment:  $12,000–$32,000

Average Master allotment is $22,537.

What Teachers Are Saying

The Teacher Incentive Allotment (TIA) kept me in the classroom serving students in need.
Kori Crampton
Kori Crampton
Klein ISD
"With the Teacher Incentive Allotment, it has helped me stay in the classroom personally, here especially. I do have a long commute; last year I was commuting just over an hour to work. I want to be in this district. I choose to continue to come to Somerset ISD."
Alyssa Mendez
Alyssa Mendez
Somerset ISD
I am but one example of how the TIA financially rewards teachers for their performance in the classroom...the program has enabled the most effective teachers to continue to stay and change lives.
Eric Hale
Eric Hale
Dallas ISD

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