By 2023, CA Group will have impacted 100,000 students in more than 100 public schools across the state of Texas.

At CA Group, we believe impact is something our clients make, not something that we confer upon them.

We record and share  our practices and processes so that we build capacity, not maintain dependence. And we dream big, because we do work that matters and we have the confidence in our record of success, collective knowledge, and drive. 


98% of schools are meeting state academic standards, and half of all campuses have received at least one academic distinction.


98% of teachers are confident in their ability to successfully implement blended learning in their classrooms on an ongoing basis.


85% of students take more pride in their academic accomplishments, as reported by their teachers.


92% of school leaders believe that blended learning is essential to their school’s direction.


88% of district leaders feel that they have become thought partners with, rather than “expert advisors” to, school leaders in their districts.

CA Group's work has influenced the design of two key legislative efforts: the Texas Math Innovation Zone initiative and the blended learning component of House Bill 3 (passed in the 2019 legislative session).

Case Studies

We work with schools and districts across the state of Texas to create learning environments where all students can achieve. Read about some of our partnerships.

Case Study: Ysleta Independent School District

“The students are confident. They can communicate what they are doing, why they are doing it, and how they are making progress.”

— Norma Osuna, Principal at Ysleta Elementary School

Case Study: Spring Branch Independent School District

“When you talk to an elementary student and they can actually tell you, ‘This is what I’m doing. This is why I am doing it. I know what to do next’ — that’s what it’s truly about.”
— Roy Moore, Principal at Nottingham Elementary School

Case Study: Clear Creek Independent School District

“Autonomy, mastery, and purpose. We do a lot of work around building the capacity within kids to want to do the learning.”
— Jepsey Kimble, Principal at Clear Lake City Elementary School