For information regarding the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA), Dyslexia, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, click the following link:
SUPPLEMENTAL SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES (SSES)
On October 21, 2020, Governor Abbott and TEA announced that they had established the Supplementary Special Education Services program designed to connect eligible students with severe cognitive disabilities to additional supports for the critical services they may require. The program helps connect these families to personalized services through a funded allocation, helping to offset learning disruptions due to COVID-19.
Practice Social Distancing
Did you know that washing your hands with soap & water eliminates #Coronavirus molecules preventing the virus from infecting you & others? The same is true when you disinfect surfaces.
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¿Sabía que lavarse las manos con agua y jabón elimina las moléculas de #Coronavirus evitando que el virus lo infecte a usted y a otros? Lo mismo es cierto cuando desinfecta superficies.
La ciencia dice que funciona. https://bit.ly/2w7TGAJ # COVID19 #txed #StayWellTexas
Texas Project FIRST
Statewide leadership functions have developed FREE online training modules that are available to parents. Here is a listing of some of those trainings.
Please be advised that TEA has posted a new document to the Parent Resources section of the TEA Special Education COVID-19 Resources page.
The purpose of this document is to assist parents in preparing to participate in decision making regarding compensatory services for children served by special education impacted by COVID-19.
Please click the links below:
Compensatory Services and COVID-19 (English)