•  Ector County ISD
    2013-14 Proposed Criteria for House Bill 5 Community & Student Engagement 
     
    Factor #8 - Education Programs for Gifted & Talented Students
      
     ExemplaryMet 5(5) targets
     RecognizedMet 4(5) targets
     AcceptableMet 3(5) targets
     Unacceptable Met 2 or below
     
    Campus/ District Final Rating: 
     Met Target/ Didn't meet target  District/Campus/ Grade level  Description and Target Value  Supporting documentation
     1
    At least 2% of the campus/ district population is identified as gifted and talented.
     
    2
    Gifted and Talented Services implements services for Identified gifted/talented students in secondary through Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and dual credit courses.  
     3
    Gifted and Talented student art work is displayed in classrooms, halls and occasionally at central office.  
     4
    Teachers serving gifted and talented students receive a minimum of thirty (30) clock hours of professional development that includes nature and needs of gifted/talented students, identification and assessment of gifted/talented students’ needs, and curriculum and instruction for gifted/talented students.  
     5
    Elementary Gifted and talented students are afforded the opportunity to enroll in a summer camp.  
     6
    Secondary students are afforded the opportunity to serve as junior counselors during summer camp.