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In the next week, approximately 300,000 high school seniors will graduate from Texas schools. The Texas Education Agency wishes them the best in all their future endeavors.
Student Artwork by:Sabrina Xin, Frisco ISDStudent artwork is on display on the first floor of the Travis Building.
The State Board of Education (SBOE) is currently accepting applications for the 2015 Employers for Education Excellence (EEE) Award.
The latest news from the Texas Education Agency is available through news releases, online correspondence, mailing lists, and other posted information.
The Texas Education Agency posted emergency rules providing guidance on the impact of SB 149 on graduation requirements for students receiving special education services. Guidance about changes to graduation requirements for students served in regular education programs was previously provided.
Ninety-two percent of students in the Class of 2015 have
now successfully completed all exams required for high school graduation.
The 2015 Tax Information Survey is open for data submission from June 1, 2015 until midnight Aug. 31. Completing the survey is important because it allows the agency to use the most accurate tax collections data possible when we calculate 2014–2015 near-final Summary of Finances (SOF) estimates in September 2015.
Below are resources available to parents.
Below are resources for school administrators.
Gov. Greg Abbott has signed Senate Bill 925 which establishes literacy achievement academies to provide high-quality, face-to-face professional development to public school teachers who instruct students in kindergarten through third grade.