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Student artwork is on display on the 1st floor of the Wm. B. Travis state office building in Austin, Texas.
Want to help a Texas school system affected by Hurricane Harvey? Click below to find out how.
Check out Start Smart Texas, a parent-focused initiative designed to work with families, community leaders and schools to promote the role of parents in making any time a learning time.
The latest news from the Texas Education Agency is available through news releases, online correspondence, mailing lists, and other posted information.
TEA has received a final monitoring report from the USDE on the delivery of special education services in the state. Gov. Greg Abbott has directed Commissioner of Education Mike Morath to take swift and immediate action to address findings in the report.
TEA has submitted a revised version of its Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) state plan to the U.S. Department of Education (USDE).
A central resources and support page providing important information for districts and campuses regarding Hurricane Harvey.An information and resource page is now available for parents regarding Hurricane Harvey.
Below are resources available to parents.
Below are resources for school administrators.
Please join me in saying thank you to the more than 7,000 community members who serve as school board trustees.