Substitutions and Content Updates
To maintain the integrity of adopted instructional materials, publishers wishing to make changes to adopted materials must submit a written request to TEA. Additionally, publishers that wish to substitute an updated edition of an adopted product must have permission to do so.
Current Requests to Update Content in Adopted Instructional Materials
The SBOE requires that all proposed substitutions and updated content in adopted materials be made available for public review and comment prior to approval. If you would like to comment on any of the proposed updates below, please submit a Public Comment Submission Form. Copies of written comments are provided to the SBOE and posted on TEA's website. (NOTE: If you experience difficulties downloading these forms, please check that Adobe is selected as your default PDF program. If you still experience difficulty opening the form, open your Downloads folder, right-click on the form, and select Open with and Adobe Acrobat.)
The following requests affect content that was used to demonstrate alignment with the TEKS or TPG:
The following requests do not affect content that was used to demonstrate alignment with the TEKS or TPG:
Review and Adoption Breakout Documents
If needed, you can view the breakouts of each student expectation used to determine coverage of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and English Language Proficiency Standards on the Review and Adoption Breakout Documents web page.
Publishers must submit a written request in order to substitute an updated edition of adopted materials. The request must include an explanation of the reason for the update and be accompanied by an electronic sample and an updated Correlation to TEKS and ELPS. Submit an Instructional Materials & Implementation help desk ticket if you would like to submit a substitution request
Proposed substitutions are posted to the website for public review for a minimum of 60 days prior to approval.
Publishers must submit a written request in order to update content in adopted materials. All updates that involve content used to determine TEKS coverage must be approved by the SBOE prior to their introduction into the material. All updates that do not involve content used to determine TEKS coverage must be approved by TEA. Without prior TEA approval, publishers may, at any time, make changes that do not affect the content or change the technical requirements, such as technical enhancements or improvements. Submit an Instructional Materials & Implementation help desk ticket if you would like to submit an update request.
Proposed updates are posted to the website for public review for a minimum of seven days prior to approval.