Archive for February, 2019

Accountability Reports Update

Federal Report Card Districts that receive Title I, Part A funding are required to disseminate the Federal Report Card to the general public via widely available public means.  Districts must notify parents of the availability of the Federal Report Car…

TAPR Updates

 Texas Institute of Higher Education(TX IHE) enrollment data for 2015-16 updated Principal tenure refined to show how long he/she has reported as a principal New tab in Postsecondary Outcomes to track outcomes of graduates who go to college or earn &#8…

Accountability Registration Windows to Remember

Please note the following Accountability Dates. March 25-April 5: Alternative Education Accountability (AEA) registration window.  Campuses that were evaluated in 2018 by AEA provisions that meet the 75% at-risk criterion and have at least 50% of their…

TexQuest Tips & Tricks: Sharing Digital Resources

Discover ways to promote and integrate TexQuest in your school/district.  Review the TexQuest resources, as you create links to share via emails, websites, or library/learning management systems. Bring a laptop with access to your email, and find appro…

Can’f find the time to teach science? Come learn how literature can jump start your next Science Lesson!

Join Cynthia Holcomb, as we take a look at life science using engaging picture books that address the PK Guidelines and TEKS for organisms, ecosystems, and life cycles. Each story will be followed by Pk Guidelines and TEKS-aligned science activities an…

ESL Academy -Feb. 19-21

Upcoming ESL Academy Opportunities Do you have staff who need to to prepare for the TEXES 154 ESL certification exam? We offer an ESL Academy here at the Region 13 ESC next week! What: ESL Academy (SP1939306) Who: Teachers of ELs When: February 19-21, …

Upcoming Events for February/March

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TexQuest Tips & Tricks: Sharing Digital Resources Workshop

Discover ways to promote and integrate TexQuest in your school/district.  Review the TexQuest resources, as you create links to share via emails, websites, or library/learning management systems. Bring a laptop with access to your email, and find appro…

What is Bullying and Why is it Harmful?

Bullying is all around us. It’s easy to do. A bully approaches someone else and pressures them to do something they don’t want to do, or never wanted to do in the first place. Bullies can tease, hurt, or even torment other students. You might have missed it though, because what constitutes bullying can be […]

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Getting Secondary Newcomer ELs to Graduation

Maybe none have it harder than those arriving after the age of 15. Unlike younger Newcomer ELs who can develop language and content knowledge over time, those aged 15-18 don’t have a moment to lose. In just a few years, these students are expecte…

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