TRR rubrics are developed based on Texas standards, the latest curriculum research, and instructional best practices with contributions from stakeholders across Texas, including:
- Teachers and instructional leaders
- District leaders
- Education organizations
- Education service center staff
- State Board of Education members
Once a rubric is approved, TRR review teams use it to evaluate materials submitted for quality review. Each rubric is customized for a content area and grade band with some commonalities across them all.
The Rubric Development Process
A new rubric is usually developed in response to new standards in a subject area, TEA priorities, or local education needs. TRR is committed to transparency. Rubrics are posted on our website at various points during development and after they are approved.
Established TRR Rubrics
|English Language Arts & Reading Grades K–2||June 2019|
|English Language Arts & Reading Grades 3–8||June 2019|
|English I - English IV Grades 9–12||June 2019|
|Prekindergarten Systems||November 2019|
|Foundational Literacy K–2||November 2019|
|Mathematics K–8||November 2019|
|Spanish Language Arts and Reading K–2 (English/Español)||July 2020|
|Spanish Language Arts and Reading 3–6 (English/Español)||July 2020|
|Spanish Foundational Literacy (English/Español)||July 2020|
|Spanish Prekindergarten Systems (English/Español)||July 2020|
|English K-3 Phonics Rubric||May 2022|
|Spanish K-3 Phonics Rubric||May 2022|
|Science K–8||October 2022|
|Science 9–12||October 2022|
If you wish to provide feedback on the draft science rubrics, please use this form.
Recent Memos of Changes
TEA documents all changes made based on stakeholder feedback during the rubric development process.