Parent Resources / Recursos Para Padres

 



Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC) Framework

The Language Proficiency Assessment Committees are charged with reviewing all pertinent information on all identified limited English proficient (LEP) students upon their initial enrollment and at the end of each school year. Districts are required to have on file policy and procedures for the selection, appointment, and training of members of the LPACs.

English Learner Identification/Reclassification Flowcharts

English – Identification/Reclassification Flowchart

Spanish – Identification/Reclassification Flowchart

Vietnamese – Identification/Reclassification Flowchart


Information on Bilingual/ESL Programs / Información del programa de educación bilingüe y del programa de ingles de segundo idioma
Resources and websites for parents /
Recursos y paginas de internet para padres
  • Title I Statewide Initiative.
    The mission of the Title I Statewide School Support/Parental Involvement Initiative is to fulfill the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements for statewide school support in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency.

  • TEA State Accountability Overview
    To assist parents and the general public, the Texas Education Agency has produced a video that offers a quick overview of the State Accountability System and what goes into the annual ratings of school districts and charters. The videos are available in English and Spanish. Watch Now
  • TEA State Accountability Overview (Spanish)

    Para asistir a los padres y al público en general, La Agencia de Educación ha producido un video que ofrece un recorrido rápido del sistema de rendición de cuentas del estado y como se determinan las clasificaciones anuales de las escuelas, distritos y escuelas charter.
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  • Graduation Toolkit in English and Spanish

    The graduation toolkit provides essential information regarding the new graduation plan under House Bill 5, which was passed by the Texas Legislature last year. House Bill 5 provides for a more flexible graduation program for all students who enter high school beginning in the 2014-2015 school year. Commissioner Williams believes that information and early planning are now critical steps for all students and parents in preparing for high school and beyond. The graduation toolkit is available online in English and Spanish for electronic use or printing. To view the graduation toolkit, visit http://tea.texas.gov/communications/brochures.aspx.