Contact TEN

Mailing Address

9901 Brodie Lane, Suite 160-817

Austin, Texas 78748

The Texas Evaluation Network (TEN) is a voluntary statewide organization serving the multidisciplinary interests and needs of evaluation and other allied professionals. The work of TEN is focused in three areas:

  1. Promote and advocate for evaluation and building evaluation capacity;

  2. Provide professional development opportunities for Texas evaluators; and

  3. Establish a venue for networking and the exchange of theoretical, methodological, and practical knowledge related to the field of evaluation.


The Texas Evaluation Network is a formal affiliate of the American Evaluation Association.


Upcoming Events

The City of Waco is looking for a Homeless Program Analyst. 

An integral part of the Homeless Coalition for Waco, Texas, the homeless program analyst works with local organizations through the homeless management information system.  For more information, please see the job description

Northside ISD seeks a program evaluator. 

The team at Northside ISD is growing and their Testing and Evaluation Department is looking for a program evaluator to analyze testing and other data to evaluate the effectiveness of District programs.  For more information, please see the job description

Dallas ISD is looking for a Manager, Program Evaluation.

DISD is looking for a manager to join the program evaluation team; this manager will manage a team of program evaluators and oversee numerous projects.

Interested parties can apply using this link

TEN Institute 2019, "Essential and Evolving Skills for Evaluators"

August 15-17 in San Antonio, TX

Join us for a wonderful three days learning about best practices and making meaningful connections. There will be an introductory evaluation track as well as advanced topics. Check out the program for more details!

Please register here. Early bird pricing until July 15th! 

AEA's Evaluation 2019, "Paths to the Future: Contribution, Leadership, Renewal"

November 11-16 in Minneapolis, MN

Please visit their website for more information and a short video from AEA's president, Tessie Catsambas.