TEXAS BILINGUAL EDUCATION

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  • TAAS to TAKS

    TAAS to TAKS
    TAAS will be replaced by the Texas Assessment of knowledge (TAKS)
  • TAKS

    TAKS
    Test is administered for the first time to students in grades 3 through 11.
  • AEIS

    AEIS
    Under 78th Texas Legislative Session HB 3459 Section 19 bilingual and special language programs effectiveness will be evaluated based on academic excellence indicators and results of statewide assessments. The agency may also combine evaluations under section (a) with federal accountability measures concerning students of limited English proficiency.
  • 78th Texas Legislative Session SB 1108, Section 6

    78th Texas Legislative Session SB 1108, Section 6
    Training materials and other training resources are to be developed and made available to teachers instructing students of limited English proficiency. These materials and resources are to assist teachers in developing the expertise required to enable students of limited English proficiency to meet state performance expectations.
  • RPTE

    RPTE
  • 78th Texas Legislative Session SB 1108, Sections 12

    78th Texas Legislative Session SB 1108, Sections 12
    This Bill requires the agency to develop and make available teacher training materials and other teacher training resources to assist teachers of limited English proficient students. The teacher training materials shall be designed to support “intensive, individualized, and accelerated instructional programs developed by school districts for LEP students.”
  • TOP and TELPAS

    TOP and TELPAS
    TEA implemented the TOP and adopted the TELPAS composite rating.
  • Change in (RPTE)

    Change in  (RPTE)
    A new proficiency level, Advanced High, was added to the three levels of proficiency.
  • LPAC

    LPAC
    Language Proficiency Assessment Committee was placed at each school.
  • DualLanguage Immersion.

    DualLanguage Immersion.
    TEA contracted with ESC 2 to develop a training-of-trainers workshop.
  • Title III Management Institute

    Title III Management Institute
    The institute informs school district personnel of the federal and state requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB), Title III, and assists them in Status of the Curriculum 113 developing programs and instructional strategies to improve the English language proficiency and academic achievement of English language learners.
  • 10th Annual Symposium Addressing the Needs of Secondary LEPStudents

    10th Annual Symposium Addressing the Needs of Secondary LEPStudents
    ESC 2 was contracted to conduct it. It provides administrators, ESL teachers, and curriculum directors with information on best practices, program design, literacy across the curriculum, and state assessment