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Explore 2022-2023 Campus Allotments

The TIA funding map shows the allotment values for each district and campus. Campus allotment values are updated annually in April based on student demographics and the campus’ rural status. Campus allotments may default to their average district allotment if they are a new campus, a zero enrollment campus, or if they are an alternative campus, such as a residential facility.

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Rural Campuses
Helping Rural Campuses Retain and Recruit Teachers

Designated teachers who work on rural campuses will generate greater allotments. Campuses are designated
as rural if they meet one or more of the following definitions:

  • A campus within a district with fewer than 5,000 enrolled students that is categorized as a rural, non-metropolitan: stable or non-metropolitan: fast growing district type by the Texas Education Agency (TEA or agency)

  • A campus within a district with fewer than 5,000 enrolled students categorized as rural by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

  • A campus defined in TEC, §48.112(a)(1)(A) and (B) that is categorized as rural by NCES in a district with an enrollment of less than 5,000

Download the 2022-2023 Rural Campus List

Participating and Aspiring Districts Making a Difference for Teachers

378 Districts and Partners are in the Process or Have Completed the Process of Having Their Local Designation System Approved


 

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