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84th Legislative Session Bills

EOC Testing Exemptions HB 1613 provides that a student enrolled in a college preparatory math or English language arts course who satisfies the Texas Success Initiative college readiness benchmarks would be exempt from the Algebra I or English I and II end-of-course assessment instruments, as applicable, even if the student did not perform satisfactorily on a previous administration of the applicable EOC assessment. A student who fails to perform satisfactorily on the assessment instrument could retake that assessment instrument or the appropriate EOC assessment.
HB 1613 Bill Text

HB 2349

The signing of House Bill (HB) 2398 into law has made national headlines.  From the New York Times to USA Today, the significant changes in Texas’ truancy requirements have been a hot topic.  In Texas it is more than a hot topic – it is reality.  The Texas Education Agency will adopt new rules to make sure school districts are in compliance with the new law that took effect on September 1, 2015.  School districts in our region are taking proactive steps in aligning their attendance policies to reflect the new requirements.
HB 2398 Bill Text
HB 2398 Resources Page
HB 2398 PowerPoint

TSI Assessment Exemption SB 1776 makes the exemption from Texas Success Initiative assessment requirements that apply to a student who successfully completes a college preparatory course effective for two years following the student’s high school graduation date.
SB 1776 Bill Text

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