19 TAC Chapter 66

State Adoption and Distribution of Instructional Materials

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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RULES


Subchapter A. General Provisions

§66.4. Requirement for Registers.
§66.10. Procedures Governing Violations of Statutes--Official Complaints.
§66.15. Administrative Penalty.

Subchapter B. State Adoption of Instructional Materials

§66.21. Review and Adoption Cycle.
§66.27. Proclamation, Public Notice, and Schedule for Adopting Instructional Materials.
§66.28. Requirements for Publisher Participation.
§66.29. Websites in State-Adopted Instructional Materials.
§66.30. State Review Panels: Eligibility and Appointment.
§66.36. State Review Panels: Training, Duties, and Conduct.
§66.39. Regional Education Service Centers: Procedures for Handling Samples; Public Access to Samples.
§66.41. Adding Content During the Panel Review.
§66.42. Public Comment on Instructional Materials.
§66.43. Adding Content During the Public Comment Period.
§66.63. Report of the Commissioner of Education.
§66.66. Consideration and Adoption of Instructional Materials by the State Board of Education.
§66.67. Adoption of Open Education Resource Instructional Materials.
§66.72. Contracts.
§66.73. Delivery of Adopted Instructional Materials.
§66.75. Updates to Adopted Instructional Materials.
§66.76. New Editions of Adopted Instructional Materials.
§66.81. Ancillary Materials.

Subchapter C. Local Operations

§66.101. Sample Copies of Instructional Materials for School Districts.
§66.104. Selection of Instructional Materials by School Districts.
§66.105. Certification by School Districts.
§66.107. Local Responsibility.


COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION RULES


Subchapter AA. Commissioner's Rules Concerning the Commissioner's List of Electronic Instructional Materials

§66.1013. Public Notice and Process for Commissioner-Adopted Instructional Materials.
§66.1014. Requirements for Publisher Participation.
§66.1017. Commissioner-Adopted Instructional Materials Review Panels: Eligibility and Appointment.
§66.1019. Instructional Materials Review Panels: Training, Duties, and Conduct.
§66.1029. Public and State Board of Education Roles Regarding Commissioner-Adopted Instructional Materials.
§66.1031. Consideration and Adoption of Instructional Materials.
§66.1035. Updates to Commissioner-Adopted Instructional Materials.

Subchapter BB. Commissioner's Rules Concerning State-Developed Open-Source Instructional Materials

§66.1113. Requirements for State-Developed Open-Source Instructional Materials.
§66.1115. Cost and Distribution of State-Developed Open-Source Instructional Materials.

Subchapter CC. Commissioner's Rules Concerning Technology and Instructional Materials Allotment

§66.1307. Technology and Instructional Materials Allotment.
§66.1309. High Enrollment Growth Adjustment.
§66.1310. Acceptable Condition of Instructional Materials and Technological Equipment.
§66.1311. Special Instructional Materials.
§66.1312. Delayed Publisher Payment Option.

Subchapter DD. Instructional Materials Portal

§66.1401. Definitions.
§66.1403. Instructional Materials to be Included in the Instructional Materials Portal.
§66.1405. Procedures for Publishers and Open Education Resource Licensors to Submit Instructional Materials for Inclusion in the Instructional Materials Portal.
§66.1407. Procedures for Open Education Resource Licensors to Submit Materials for Inclusion in the Open Education Resource Repository.

 

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