Instructional Continuity Planning Framework

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The purpose of Instructional Continuity planning is to help districts launch “at-home Schools” that maximize the amount of instructional time for students this school year and support student mastery of grade level standards.  

The agency has developed an Instructional Continuity Framework that consists of the phases outlined below, each of which has a series of supporting planning categories. Resources will be continuously posted over the coming weeks in alignment with this framework to support districts. Please reach out to disasterinfo@tea.texas.gov if you have specific resource requests focused on instructional continuity planning. 

The documents and links included on this webpage are provided as a resource only.  This information is intended to assist in the delivery of educational resources in this time of public crisis.

Instructional Continuity Framework Resources 

 

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Phase 1

Conduct Landscape Analysis

Updated April 7 2020

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Phase 2

Determine At-Home Instructional Model and Monitoring

Updated April 9 2020

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Phase 3

Operationalize At-Home Model

Updated April 3 2020

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Phase 4

Provide Monitoring and Support

Updated April 3 2020

 

Additional Guidance

 

Texas Home Learning

The agency has developed at-home learning resources as a contingency option for school districts. These are optional resources intended to assist in the delivery of educational resources in this time of public health crisis. Given the timeline for development, errors are to be expected. If you find an error, please email us at curriculum@tea.texas.gov.