Archive for the ‘Nonpublic Day Schools’ Category

2016-2017 Residential and Nonpublic Day School Application Process

The TEA is in the process of finalizing the 2016-2017 school year Residential and Non-public Day School application process. Beginning this year all residential and nonpublic day school applications will be submitted via an online application housed in TEASE. Additional information will be provided soon. As of now, the target online application launch date is […]

Nonpublic Day School Count Due September 18, 2015

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) provides state special education funds to LEAs that contract with approved nonpublic day schools for the provision of educational services for students with disabilities. In order to receive funds, the LEA must complete the SPE-106 form to report attendance at Nonpublic Schools. If there are no students to report, submission […]

Nonpublic Day School Count Due June 13, 2014

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) provides state special education funds to LEAs that contract with approved nonpublic day schools for the provision of educational services for students with disabilities. In order to receive funds, the LEA must complete the SPE-106 form to report attendance at Nonpublic Schools. If there are no students to report, submission […]

Nonpublic Day School Programs Report (SPE-106)

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) provides state special education funds to districts that contract with approved nonpublic day schools for the provision of educational services to students with disabilities.  This information must be provided to the TEA Division of Federal and State Education Policy via a Nonpublic Day School Programs Report (SPE-106).  To obtain a […]

Nonpublic Day School Report (SPE-106)

If your LEA did not place students in Nonpublic Day Schools during the 2011-2012 school year, you will not complete this report.  If you did place students in Nonpublic Day Schools during the 2011-2012, the report must be submitted to TEA by June 4, 2012. Based on the information provided on the report, the Texas Education […]

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