LPAC Users are able to schedule and complete progress monitoring in DMAC in a few easy steps. Click HERE to watch a short video detailing the process. The LPAC application allows the LPAC committee to maintain
documentation in a cumulative folder in DMAC.
In an effort to to simplify the LPAC committee meeting process, parents are now given the ability to digitally sign LPAC forms. The LPAC application allows the LPAC committee to maintain documentation in a cumulative folder housed in DMAC.
Appraisers have the ability to select if an observation is required in T-TESS for a teacher for the current school year. From the toolbar at the top, click Settings > Observation Required. Click Y or N to activate account for Teacher. Click here for more information.
Join us at Region 7 Education Service Center this fall for trainings on multiple DMAC Applications. All trainings are Free to attend. Session Title […]
DMAC will exhibit and present at the Texas Assessment Conference in Austin, Texas November 11-14. Exhibit: When: November 11-14, 2018 Where: Hilton Austin and Austin Convention […]
DMAC will exhibit at the Advancing Improvement in Education Conference (AIE Conference) in San Antonio. Exhibit When: November 13-14, 2018 Where: Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, […]
Join us for our next live webinar on Tuesday, October 2 at 3:30 p.m. to ask questions or learn about new enhancements in DMAC. Topics Covered: Digital […]
Join us for our next live webinar on Tuesday, August 28 at 3:30 p.m. to ask questions or learn about new things in DMAC. Topics Covered: […]
You are invited to the next DMAC-Live!webinar on Tuesday, May 15 at 3:30 p.m. We have some exciting new changes to share! During the meeting, […]
TEA provides districts with interim assessments for grades 3-8 Math and Reading. Students begin with Part 1. After completion, students are routed to a corresponding Part 2 based on their Part 1 performance. Contact the DMAC Help Desk (866.988.6777) for assistance.