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Texas Curriculum Management Program Cooperative (TCMPC)


Thank you for visiting the TEKS Resource System! The Texas Curriculum Management Program Cooperative (TCMPC) provides content and support for this online curriculum management system which is designed as a resource for teachers, schools, and districts across the state. All of the system’s content is aligned to the most current versions of the Texas State Board of Education-adopted TEKS for the following subject areas:

•English Language Arts and Reading (grades K-12)
•Mathematics (grades K-12)
•Science (grades K-12)
•Social Studies (grades K-12)
•Spanish Language Arts and Reading (grades K-5)
•Spanish translated versions of Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies (grades K-5)

The TEKS Resource system is highly customizable, and Texas school districts, charter schools, and private schools of all sizes utilize the system and its resources differently. Therefore, in order to better understand how your child’s teacher and school are utilizing the TEKS Resource System and its tools, it is always best to contact your local school or district for additional information.

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Texas Curriculum Management Program Cooperative

Please note: The TEKS Resource System is not an online student learning system. Students are not provided direct access to the TEKS Resource System. While TCMPC components are designed for teacher use, curriculum resources are available for parent viewing. Assessment information provided with the TEKS Resource System are examples that may or may not be used by your child’s teacher. In accordance with section 25.005 (2) of the Texas Education Code, “A parent is entitled to review each test administered to the parent’s child after the test is administered. For more information regarding assessments administered to your child, please visit with your child’s teacher. Finally, the TCMPC provides the curriculum framework for which teachers and schools can create and plan for instruction that meets the need of their individual students. The TCMPC believes that teachers, working with parents and their communities, know how to best educate their students.