The Texas Future Problem Solving Program (TXFPSP) is an affiliate member of the Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI). Texas Future Problem Solving Program’s (TXFPSP) mission is to prepare students to be successful leaders through problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, and communication strategies. Skills are practiced and refined by applying them to multiple topics related to STEM, business, and global issues. Participants learn authentically while researching and engaging collaboratively to solve problems focused on real world topics presented in futuristic scenario competitions and community projects. This academic experience is invaluable, creating leaders capable of applying unique skill sets to educational, business, and life opportunities. We like to say, “Texas FPSP teaches students how to think, not what to think.”
Texas Students Received Top Awards at the International Conference!
We are extremely proud of all of the Texas students and Coaches who represented Texas this year. Texas had someone place in every FPS component!
Congratulations to ALL participants!
Congratulations also to Linda Hutto! She won the 2018 “YES” award at the International Conference for her dedication and YES attitude for the past 26 years of service to Texas as a coach, evaluator, mentor, affiliate director, and International Evaluator! This award is very well deserved Linda! We are proud of you!
Linda Hutto is pictured on the left receiving her award from Board of Trustees President, Janet Fite
Funderburgh for the Future Scholarship Winner for 2018!
The Funderburgh family and the Texas Future Problem Solving Program were extremely honored by the donations to the Texas FPSP scholarship fund, known as the Funderburgh for the Future Scholarship in Chris Funderburgh’s memory.
We are excited to announce that Reagan Stone, from Paris High School, received this scholarship! She will be attending Ole Miss in the Fall! Congrats, Reagan! We are excited to see what the future has in store for you!
Donations may be sent to: the Texas FPSP, 2200 Berkeley Avenue #402, Austin TX 78745.
Chris Funderburgh (center) with 2010 State Bowl Champions from
Prestonwood Christian Academy