Project Share is a partnership between the Texas Education Agency (TEA), Epsilen, The New York Times Knowledge Network, PBS, and Apple Computer. TEA is working with the 20 Regional Education Service Centers (ESCs) to implement Project Share.
Project Share also provides access to numerous content repositories including the New York Times Knowledge Network with resources dating back to 1851.
Educators that were not able to attend professional development can access online courses, resources, and professional learning communities through Project Share. Online courses for teachers to be certified and highly qualified to teach CTE courses that satisfy math or science graduation requirements will be available summer 2011.
Project Share offers new opportunities beyond the face-to-face experience. Project Share gives educators the ability to join professional learning communities (PLCs), participate in professional development courses, explore content repositories, and use online instructional materials. The first state adopted online instructional materials in Project Share are for all high school teachers.