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TEA designed the Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS) to assess the progress that limited English proficient (LEP) students make in learning the English language.
To view all English learner (EL) resources, visit the EL webpage.
General Information about TELPAS
Use the link below to access information about TELPAS:
Educator Guide to TELPAS Grades K–12 (PDF posted 11/20/17)
Please note: Some features of the Educator Guide to TELPAS Grades K-12 are experiencing technical difficulties. However, the information contained in this guide is still current and valid.
TELPAS Training for 2018–2019
Use the links below to access presentations and other documents that can be used for training:
Introductory Training PowerPoints
Use the links below to access rater training presentations:
Other Rater Training Resources
Use the links below to access other rating training resources:
TELPAS Reading, Listening, and Speaking
Use the links below to access the TELPAS test blueprints and speaking rubrics.
TELPAS Parent Brochures
To assist districts with the task of helping parents understand their child's TELPAS test results, the Student Assessment Division has developed a PDF brochure entitled "Understanding the Confidential Student Report - A Guide for Parents." This brochure has three purposes:
- To give you some basic information about TELPAS,
- To explain a sample test report so that you can understand your child’s actual test report,
- To provide you with a short summary of each proficiency rating so that you will better understand the progress your child is making in learning English.
Grades K–1 English and Spanish
Grades 2–12 English and Spanish
The links below contain additional resources for EL assessments:
The links below contain general information related to state assessments:
View archived TELPAS files no longer in use.