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Parents Page / Pagina Para Padres

Click image for to access STAAR Student Portal for Parents. | Seleccione el imagen para lansar el sitio para STAAR Portal de Estudiante para ver grados de la prueba Estatal.
Starting today, parents can access their child’s STAAR results and other resources to support summer learning at home by visiting TexasAssessment.gov

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A partir de hoy, los padres pueden acceder a los resultados de STAAR de su hijo y otros recursos para apoyar el aprendizaje de verano en casa visitando TexasAssessment.gov.

Para mas Información para accesso a grados de sus hijos/hijas, enlance aqui.
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The Parent Coordination Network is committed to ensuring that parents of students with disabilities receive accurate and timely information to assist in making informed choices in their children's education.

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Progress in General Curriculum Network-Parent's Page/Pagina para Padres
The PGC Network works in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to determine, establish, and maintain a Texas PGC Initiative as applicable to grades kindergarten through twelve. Education Service Center, Region 20 coordinates the 20-region PGC Network, which provides professional development and technical assistance to school districts, schools, and charter schools focused on all students with disabilities being involved in and showing progress in the general curriculum through curricular and instructional adaptations in the least restrictive environment.
Parents of Students with Disabilities / Community Resource

The Individuals with Disability Education Act of 2004 (IDEA) defines an assistive technology device as any item, piece of equipment or product system, whether acquired commercially, off the shelf, modified, or customized that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of individuals with disabilities.

​Known as the autism spectrum disorders (ASDs).

People often ask what inclusion means in an early childhood setting. One of the best explanations I’ve read simply posed the thought to “think of what it means to be excluded.”

​Transition planning is a formal process to assist students with disabilities and their families in preparing for the movement from school programs and services to their futures as active, adult members of the community and society.