Publications by Title

This is a list of TEA publications in alphabetical order. Please follow the directions on the Publication Order Form to order any of these titles.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

A – Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

Accountability Manual 2015

Accountability Manual 2013

 

GE15 602 03

GE13 602 03

2015



2013

 

$12.00/$14.00

 

$12.00/$14.00

 

Accountability Manual 2011

GE11 602 02

2011

$12.00/$14.00

 

Accountability Manual 2010

 

GE10 602 02

2010

$12.00/$14.00

 

Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate: Examination Results in Texas (1996-present)

 

 

 

 

 

2012 AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) Guide

GE12 602 03

2012

$9.00 / $11.00

 

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

B – Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

Beginning Reading Instruction: Components and Features of a Research-Based Reading Program

(This is 1 of the 5 books in the Red Book Series RBS-05)

GE01 105 05

2001

$1.50

Reading is central to learning. Research-based programs for reading instruction provide balanced, well-organized instructional plans and practice opportunities that permit all children to make sense of reading. This document presents essential components of quality reading programs and sound administrative practices that support effective reading programs. (Included in the Red Book Series)

Beginning Reading Instruction: Practical Ideas for Parents (English Version)

GE8 160 01

1997

$2.00 / $3.00

Learning to read is a process that takes time and effort. Parents and other caregivers can help children undertake this task by doing simple and fun things at home. This document will present the essential steps involved in learning to read with related activities that parents and children can do at home to build reading skills.

Instrucción para comenzar a leer: Ideas Practicas De Familla
(Spanish Version)

GE8 160 01
(Spanish)

Octono de 1997

$2.00 / $3.00

Ideas Prácticas para los padres usteder son los ofrece información sorb el modo de aprender a leer e incluye primeros y más actividades que ustedes usarán para ayudar a sus hijos a convertirse en lectores. El enseñar y el aprender se produce cuando usteded y sus hijos menores hacen cosas sencillas y divsftidas en la casa. Aprender a leer es un proceso que requiere tiempo y esfuerzo. El enseñar y el aprender se genera cuando ustedes y sus hijos menores hacen cosas sencillas y divertidas en casa. Este documento les ofrece información sobre el modo de aprender a leer e incluye actividades que podrañ usr para ayudar a sus hijos convertires enlectores.

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

C – Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

College Admissions Testing of Graduating Seniors in Texas High Schools

1993 - Present

http://tea.texas.gov/acctres/sat_act_tx_and_us_class_2012.pdf

 

 

N/A

N/A

 

 

Comprehension Instruction

(This is 1 of the 5 books in the Red Book Series RBS-05)

GE 01 105-01

2001

$1.50 / $2.00

The first part of this document looks at some of the important ideas about reading, comprehension, and comprehension instruction that have emerged from this research. The second part describes what comprehension instruction based on this research can look like, and the third part provides specific research-based instructional activities and procedures that can be used as part of comprehension instruction. Included in the Red Book Series.

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

D-F – Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

REVISED 2007 - Dyslexia and Related Disorders (Available in English or Spanish) Please be specific.

 

2007

$7.00 / $8.00

Outlines state statute, SBOE guidelines, and federal requirements on identifying and providing instruction to students with dyslexia and related disorders.

Espanol para el hispanohablante

 

2002

$3.00 / $4.00

The purpose of this guide is to provide Texas teachers and administrators with guidelines, goals, instructional strategies
and activities for teaching Spanish to the native speaker (SNS) at the secondary school level.

Foster Care & Student Success: Texas Systems Working Together to Transform Education Outcomes of Students in Foster Care 

2013

$25.00

 

 

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

G-H – Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

Grade-Level Retention in Texas
Public Schools


Grade-Level Retention and Student Performance in Texas Public Schools, 2012-13 (PDF)

 

 

  

 

 

2012-2013 Graduation Requirements Side-by-Side Brochure (Fill it Up and Cap it) English or Spanish versions available.

 

BR12 130-01

2012-13

50/pkg. @ $12.00 

Graduation Toolkit: Information for Planning Your High School Years & Beyond

BR14

130-02

 

2014

First 200 are free then $10 for a bundle of 25

 

These brochures can be printed off the website.

House Bill 3 Transition Plan

 

GE11 600 01

2010

$20

 

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

L – Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

Long-Range Plan for Technology 2006-2020: A Report to the 80th Texas Legislature, from the Texas Education Agency

 

 

 

2006

 

This plan defined an exciting vision for the use of technology in Texas schools. The overall Texas technology plan is one of the most comprehensive technology plans in the country. It addresses statewide initiatives, statewide infrastructures, and funding for providing equitable technology resources to teachers and students in Texas. This plan has received national recognition.

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

P – Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

PEIMS Data Standards: 2015-2016

Website Only

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PEIMS 2014-2015 Teacher Class Electronic File

None

2014-2015

No charge

This file is composed of one row for each class a teacher teaches. It contains the region, county district number, campus address, teacher name, subject taught and grade level.

PEIMS 2014-2015: Teacher Master Electronic File

None

2014-2015

No charge

This file is composed of one row for each class a teacher teaches. It contains region, county, district, and campus identifiers and campus contact information. The teacher information includes name, role, class, subject area, subject grade level, and Partial Full Time Equivalency.

PEIMS 2014-2015: Role Master and Auxiliary Electronic File

 

None

2014-2015

No charge

This file is composed of one row for each non-teacher person in a district. The Role and Auxiliary files have region, county, and district identifiers as well as district information. In addition, it contains district enrollment by ethnicity and program. The Role files include campus level enrollment and permit information. Both files list the staff member by name, gender, ethnicity, FTE, and base pay. Role files include the specific role, the degree, and the experience.

PEIMS 2014-2015: Non-Teacher Electronic File

None

2014-2015

No charge

 

PEIMS 2014-2015: Certification Electronic File

None

2014-2015

No charge

This file is composed of one row for each teacher. It includes the certification number, district, region, certification life, type, effective date, expiration date, subject area, number of renewal cycles and certification level.
Pocket Edition - 2014-2015  

2015

$6.50/Pkg. of 50

Texas Public School Statistics including Attendance, Dropouts, Graduates and College Admission Results, Personnel, and Financial Information.

Preferred Signs-for Instructional Purposes (PSIP)

RE9 331 01

1988

$30.00 / $38.00

Sign language-standardized in English and Spanish. Designed primarily for instructional purposes to meet the communication needs of the hearing impaired.

Promoting Vocabulary Development

(This is 1 of the 5 books in Red Book Series RBS-05)

GE01 105 04

2001

$1.50 / $2.00

The booklet is divided into three parts. In the first, we look at some of the obstacles that can make vocabulary development a difficult task. In the second part, we provide an overview of the components of effective vocabulary instruction and discuss how these components can help students overcome the major obstacles to vocabulary growth. In part three, we describe some specific techniques that are especially useful in teaching word meanings as concepts, particularly in the content area. (This book is included with the Red Book Series)

Performance-Based Monitoring Analysis System Manual (2004-present)

 

 

$12.00 / $14.00

The Performance-Based Monitoring Analysis System (PBMAS) Manuals are a comprehensive technical resource designed to explain each monitoring year's PBMAS reports. These reports are used by the Texas Education Agency as one part of its overall evaluation of school district performance and program effectiveness.

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

R – Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

Reading Strategies for Advanced Primary Readers

 

None

2002

$8.00 / $9.00

This publication briefly discusses the characteristics and needs of advanced and gifted readers and then addresses differentiation strategies for reading instruction. The strategies include authentic assessment and documentation, curriculum compacting, tiered assignments, flexible grouping, high-level thinking and inquiry, visual tools for individuals or groups, and vocabulary and word play. Each strategy includes a brief explanation, connections for advanced and gifted learners, discussion of research, and multiple applications appropriate to primary readers.

Red Book Series (5 Book Set)

 

RB5 105 05

2001

$6.00 / $6.50 (Prepaid Orders Only)

A set of five books produced by the Texas Reading Initiative office of the Texas Education Agency.  They include Comprehension Instruction, Research-Based Content Area Reading Instruction, and Guidelines for Examining Phonics & Word Recognition Programs, Promoting Vocabulary Development, and Components and Features of a Research-Based Reading Program.

Research-Based
Content Area Reading Instruction
(1 of the 5 Red Book Series RBS-05)

GE01 105 02

2001

$1.50 / $2.00

The purpose of this booklet is to provide teachers with research-based and class-room-tested information about each of these aspects of content area reading instruction, along with specific teaching suggestions that can be used with students. (This book is included with the Red Book Series)

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

S - Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

Secondary School Completion and Dropouts in Texas Public Schools 2013-2014

 

 

 

2014

 

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) prepares an annual report on dropouts in Texas public schools. This report includes state summaries of the annual dropout rate used in the accountability system, along with state attrition rates. It also includes a series on longitudinal secondary school completion/student status rates.

Snapshot: A School District Profile

 

  

 

Published annually since 1987-88, Snapshot provides a detailed look at public education in the state of Texas for a given school year. A narrative section presents state-level information including historical trends and exhibits. However, the bulk of the publication is devoted to the depiction of approximately 90 items of information for each of the public school districts in the state. (School data is not included.) View the 1994-95 editions through the current year.

Student Attendance Accounting Handbook

Website only

 

 

 

  

Provides districts the Foundation School Program (FSP) eligibility requirements of all students, and the minimum requirements of all student attendance accounting systems.

ONLY Texas-funded schools & agencies receive a discount. All others pay the higher of the two published prices.

T - Title

Pub. No.

Date

Cost

Content

TAKS Study Guides Grades 3-11

 

 

 

 

 

Texas Administrative Code, Title 19, Part II

Website Only

 

  

 

 

Presents rules adopted by the State Board of Education and the Commissioner of Education found in Title 19 of the Texas Administrative Code Part II. Please visit the administrative rules web site for more information concerning rules.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 110 English Language Arts 

Website Only

 

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in three-column format showing English Language Arts (Chapter 110).

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 111, Mathematics

Website Only

 

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in Mathematics, which outline what students, must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 112, Science

Website Only

 

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in Science, which outline what students, must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 113 Social Studies

Website Only

http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter113/index.html

 

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in Social Studies which outline what students must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 114, Languages Other Than English

Website Only

http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter114/index.html

 

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in Languages Other than English, which outline what students must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 116 Physical Education

Website Only

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in Health and Physical Education, which outline what students, must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 117, Fine Arts

Website Only

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in Fine Arts, which outline what students must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 118  Economics

Website Only

 

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in Economics, which outline what students, must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 126, Technology Application

Website Only

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in Technology Application, which outline what students, must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 127, Career Development

Website Only

http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/chapter127/index.html

 

   

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skill (TEKS) in Career Development, which outline what students, must know and be able to do.

Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills: Chapter 128  Spanish Language Arts & Reading and English as a Second Language

Website Only

 

   

 

NEW

Texas School Directory 2015-2016


 

 

JAN. 2016

$40.00 / $45.00

 

NEW!

Texas School Law Bulletin 2016



Texas School Law Bulletin CD-ROM   
Texas School Law Bulletin Flash Drive

 

 

 

 


2016



2016
2016

 


$60.00
$65.00


$15.00
$15.00

 

 

 

 

The Texas Education Code (TEC) and other pertinent law that impact the operation of public school districts can be found in the School Law Bulletin, which is intended to serve as a handy reference guide for school trustees, educators and members of the general public. The education code can also be found on the Texas Education Agency's web site.

Texas State Plan for the Education of the Gifted/Talented - English or Spanish

 

2009

$4.00