- The Texas Education Agency (TEA) needs volunteers to review materials under Proclamation 2024. Teachers, administrators, parents, business community members, and others with appropriate content knowledge are welcome. Please consider joining us—or nominating someone else to join us for the Proclamation 2024 state review panel (SRP) by submitting a Proclamation 2024 SRP Application.
- New grant opportunity! TEA has released the Strong Foundations Math and Literacy Framework Development Grant on June 22, 2022. Learn more on the Strong Foundations Framework Grant page.
- EMAT is Open for the 2022–23 School Year. Health and physical education materials adopted under Proclamation 2022 are now orderable in EMAT.
- The 2022–2023 Allotment and TEKS Certification survey form is now available. Information on the revised certification process can be found on the TEA website.
- English and Spanish phonics programs now under review for possible inclusion on Commissioner’s recommended list.
- View a summary of TEA available materials print and digital access (PDF).
TEA provides support and coordination for the review, adoption, and distribution of state-adopted instructional materials and provides Texas educators with direct access to select materials.
A growing body of research points to the positive impact high-quality instructional materials can have on student learning. TEA defines high-quality materials as those that ensure full coverage of Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), align with research-based instructional strategies in each subject area, support all learners, and include:
- Progress monitoring through embedded, aligned assessments
- Implementation support
- All teacher- and student-facing resources needed for instruction
Texas Resource Review provides detailed, independent quality reviews of many instructional materials to help districts make informed decisions.
Instructional Materials and Implementation Division
1701 North Congress Avenue, Room 3-110
Austin, Texas 78701-1494