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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
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TEA has posted a to Administer Addressed document in regards to SB 15. This bill addresses remote learning in schools for the 21-22 school year. (9/9/21) https://tea.texas.gov/about-tea/news-and-multimedia/correspondence/taa-letters/senate-bill-15-overview Senate...
The State Board of Education Committee of Instruction met on 9/2/21. They approved that the revisions to the Dyslexia Manual be accepted and implemented immediately with minor approved changes in language. These changes go into effect 20 days after publication of...
https://tea.texas.gov/sites/default/files/covid/SY-20-21-Public-Health-Guidance.pdf TEA has updated the FAQ on HB 4545. It addresses question about homebound students and well as STAAR Alt 2 (8/19/21)....
TEA has updated their homebound and remote conferences documents. Judging by the timeline of the update, this may be in direct response to the ADA legal case recently filed against the state. (8/19/21)...
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