2022 Texas School Law Bulletin

Under Section 7.055(b)(9) of the Texas Education Code (TEC), the Commissioner of Education is required to publish a manual at least once every two years that contains Titles 1 and 2 of the TEC, any other provisions of the TEC relating specifically to public primary or secondary education, and an appendix of all other state laws relating to public primary or secondary education and to provide for the distribution of the manual as determined by the State Board of Education.

The Texas School Law Bulletin is printed every two years to capture the applicable Texas statutes, including enactments from the current Texas legislative session and any special session(s). After each Texas legislative session, TEA’s Office of the General Counsel issues updated editions of the Bulletin. The Bulletin is made available to legislative offices, state agencies, local school districts, secondary and post-secondary institutions, and members of the public.

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The cost of the bulletin is $75.00, which includes shipping. Each bulletin will include instructions with a downloadable link and detailed instructions for both the eBook and App options. If you have any issues with downloading the eBook, please contact BlueMedia 360, as they will provide technical troubleshooting and support. TEA does not oversee the technical support.

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Additional questions may be submitted to tealegal@tea.texas.gov or you may call our Legal office at (512) 463-9720.

2022 School Law Bulletin Errors

Certain unintentional errors, which are listed below, have been identified in the distributed 2022 Texas School Law Bulletin Publication. The digital version of the publication has been updated by the publisher to reflect the corrected content. TEA apologizes for any inconvenience these errors may have caused.

If you discover additional errors, please report them to TEA at the following address: tealegal@tea.texas.gov so that TEA can continue its work to make this publication as accurate and reliable as possible.