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28 10, 2016

Development of TX Rules on Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and the Importance of Input from Parents of Children with Disabilities & Advocates

2017-06-30T16:13:18-05:00

The ESSA is replacing the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).  The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is the lead agency developing the Texas state plan which must determine how the new federal law will affect accountability, funding, school improvement, and grant-making systems.  “The passage of ESSA has created a unique opportunity to inform Texas’ education policy,” said Commissioner Morath. “However, we need input from all parts of our state to ensure that, under ESSA, all students in Texas can receive a high-quality education that prepares them for the future.” The online ESSA survey, which will take less than ten minutes to [...]

Development of TX Rules on Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and the Importance of Input from Parents of Children with Disabilities & Advocates2017-06-30T16:13:18-05:00
26 09, 2016

Cameras in the Classroom

2019-05-30T11:53:06-05:00

During the 2015 session, the Texas legislature passed a law (SB 507) requiring video tapping in certain special education classrooms in Texas public schools; an action that drew national attention.

Cameras in the Classroom2019-05-30T11:53:06-05:00

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