3 edition of Breaking the TExES Code (Expert Systems for Teachers) found in the catalog.
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Amended by: Acts 2019, 86th Leg.87th Legislature, Regular Session, for amendments affecting the following section. a The commissioner by rule shall establish and shall administer a comprehensive appraisal and professional development system for principals. Creating growth measures that are congruent is no small feat. Amended by: Acts 2011, 82nd Leg.
We offer 21 undergraduate programs and more than 30 graduate programs across multiple emphasis areas. GENERAL PROVISIONS The following section was amended by the 87th Legislature. c-1 The report under Subsection c : 1 must be: A in writing; and B in a form prescribed by the board; and 2 may be filed through the Internet portal developed and maintained by the State Board for Educator Certification under Subsection g-1.
c For purposes of Subsection b 9the board shall require an educator preparation program to distribute an exit survey that a program participant must complete before the participant is eligible to receive a certificate under this subchapter.
Expertise for using measures In their TEA application, districts are responsible for operationalizing congruence checks—meaning, they must articulate how they will check for congruence in practice.
Added by Acts 2003, 78th Leg. Each classroom teacher is entitled to at least 450 minutes within each two-week period for instructional preparation, including parent-teacher conferences, evaluating students' work, and planning. APPRAISAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM FOR PRINCIPALS.
1, 1999; Acts 2001, 77th Leg. A board member may not receive compensation for serving on the board. 04 d-2 The instruction required under Subsection d 6 must be: 1 based on relevant best practice-based programs and research-based practices; and 2 approved by the commissioner, in consultation with the Health and Human Services Commission.
e This section does not apply to a certified teacher assigned to teach a subject for which the teacher is not certified. Amended by: Acts 2015, 84th Leg. Added by Acts 1995, 74th Leg.
c If a school district fails to provide an individual's service record as required by Subsection b , the agency shall, to the extent that information is available to the agency, provide the employing school district with information sufficient to enable the district to determine proper placement of the individual on the district's salary schedule.
Since time is such a limited commodity among district staff, particularly in the smallest districts, having an efficient and user-friendly way to pull the measures together is an important challenge to overcome for some districts.
h In this section, "gross monthly salary" must include the amount a teacher or librarian received that represented a career ladder salary supplement under Section 16.