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TEDA Chapter serving Region 10, the Dallas Metro area.
Hou-Met, a local chapter of the Texas Educational Diagnosticians’ Association, promotes professionalism, excellence, and continuing growth for diagnosticians to provide individuals with disabilities quality educational services in the Houston-Metropolitan area.
- National Certification of Educational Diagnosticians
The premier national credential for special education assessment professionals who hold high standards of practice
- TEA Special Education Listserv
Keep up with state special education changes.
- The Child Centered Legal Framework
Another resource on line to help you keep up with current legal information related to the Commissioner’s Rules, state regulations and the District Effectiveness and Compliance (DEC) Reference Guide
Texas Professional Educational Diagnosticians
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TEA has posted a FAQ for December testing (10/27/20) https://tea.texas.gov/texas-schools/health-safety-discipline/covid/covid-19-support-student-assessment https://tea.texas.gov/sites/default/files/covid/FAQs-for-STAAR.pdf
Governor Abbott has established targeted education funds for families of student with cognitive disabilities ($1500)....
TEA has posted two new documents dealing with sensory impairments. They are Navigating Accessibility for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students and Navigating Accessibility for Blind or Visually Impaired Students. (10/15/20)...
OSEP has posted an updated Q&A on Special Education during the time of COVID 19 (9/28/20) https://www2.ed.gov/policy/speced/guid/idea/memosdcltrs/qa-provision-of-services-idea-part-b-09-28-2020.pdf QA Part B Service Provision (PDF) 4 . IEP Team meeting for the...
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