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10 05, 2019

Participation in High School Graduation Ceremonies for Students with Disabilities

2019-06-05T14:57:34-05:00

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 Disabilities2019-06-05T14:57:34-05:00
23 10, 2017

The Texas Academic Achievement Record (AAR)

2019-10-03T14:17:23-05:00

Parents are often confused about the rules regarding course credits, graduation programs/plans, and what a school can do regarding course accommodations and content modification. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) develops a Minimum Standards for the AAR document each year.  The information in this post, much of it quoted heavily from the TEA document, can assist parents during ARD/IEP meetings to explore available options, if standard high school courses and/or content do not seem appropriate. “Each school district shall report the academic achievement record of students who have completed a minimum (MHSP), recommended (RHSP), or advanced (distinguished) high school program (DAP) on [...]

The Texas Academic Achievement Record (AAR)2019-10-03T14:17:23-05:00

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