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10 05, 2019

Participation in High School Graduation Ceremonies for Students with Disabilities

2019-05-17T11:13:54-05:00

Students with disabilities have the option to participate in a graduation ceremony after completing four years of high school (TEC § 28.025 (f)). Your child can only participate in ONE graduation ceremony so students and families need to consider which situation fits their needs.

Participation in High School Graduation Ceremonies for Students with Disabilities2019-05-17T11:13:54-05:00
20 02, 2019

Special Education Statewide Leadership Networks | Redes de Liderazgo del Estado

2019-05-20T11:34:51-05:00

During the Special Education Statewide Leadership Networks webinar, Steven Prater, M.A., Technical Assistance Manager, TEA Division of Special Education, and Daniela Licona, Program Specialist, TEA Division of Special Education, provided an overview of the purpose of the 10 statewide leadership networks as outlined in the Special Education Strategic Plan.

Special Education Statewide Leadership Networks | Redes de Liderazgo del Estado2019-05-20T11:34:51-05:00
6 02, 2019

Understanding the Annual IEP Process

2019-05-20T12:18:36-05:00

As a parent or youth over 18, your participation in creating an IEP is central to exercising your rights guaranteed by the IDEA. After a student is found eligible for an IEP, and a plan developed and agreed to by the IEP team, it is generally in place for one year. After that, an IEP meeting must be held. (A one year review is the minimum requirement, but meeting more frequently to check in or as problems arise is a good idea). The annual IEP meeting brings the IEP team together to review the student’s progress, and plan for the year [...]

Understanding the Annual IEP Process2019-05-20T12:18:36-05:00

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