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Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Title 19, Part II
Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Title 19, Part II
What do you know
What do you know
Goal: Bilingual Education
Goal: Bilingual Education
Goal: English as a Second Language
Goal: English as a Second Language
When is Bilingual Education Required
When is Bilingual Education Required
When is Bilingual Education Required
When is Bilingual Education Required
When is ESL Required
When is ESL Required
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program
What is the Design of the Bilingual Education Program
What is the Design of the Bilingual Education Program
What Should the Bilingual Education Program Address
What Should the Bilingual Education Program Address
What is the design of an ESL program
What is the design of an ESL program
What is the design of an ESL program
What is the design of an ESL program
What is the design of an ESL program
What is the design of an ESL program
What is the design of an ESL program
What is the design of an ESL program
What Should be Addressed in the ESL Program
What Should be Addressed in the ESL Program
Integration in other subjects
Integration in other subjects
How do We Know Which Students to Test
How do We Know Which Students to Test
Home Language Survey
Home Language Survey
Home Language Survey
Home Language Survey
Home Language Survey
Home Language Survey
Language Proficiency Assessment Committee
Language Proficiency Assessment Committee
LPAC
LPAC
How Often Does the LPAC Meet
How Often Does the LPAC Meet
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Duties of the LPAC
Monitoring
Monitoring
Monitoring
Monitoring
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Assessment: Initial Enrollment
Exit
Exit
Exit
Exit
Exit
Exit
Exit
Exit
Participation of Non-LEP Students in Bilingual Education
Participation of Non-LEP Students in Bilingual Education
Facilities
Facilities
Parental Authority
Parental Authority
Parental Authority
Parental Authority
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Staffing
Required Summer School
Required Summer School
Evaluation
Evaluation
Evaluation
Evaluation

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1 Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Title 19, Part II

Texas Administrative Code (TAC), Title 19, Part II

Chapter 89. Adaptations for Special Populations, Subchapter BB. Commissioner's Rules Concerning State Plan for Educating Limited English Proficient Students Developed by Dr. Laurie Weaver

2 What do you know

What do you know

What would you tell a parent who asks how a child enters the bilingual or ESL program? What would you tell a parent who asks how a child gets out of a bilingual or ESL program?

3 Goal: Bilingual Education

Goal: Bilingual Education

The goal of bilingual education programs shall be to enable limited English proficient students to become competent in the comprehension, speaking, reading, and composition of the English language through the development of literacy and academic skills in the primary language and English

4 Goal: English as a Second Language

Goal: English as a Second Language

The goal of English as a second language programs shall be to enable limited English proficient students to become competent in the comprehension, speaking, reading, and composition of the English language through the integrated use of second language methods.

5 When is Bilingual Education Required

When is Bilingual Education Required

Each school district which has an enrollment of 20 or more limited English proficient students in any language classification in the same grade level district-wide shall offer a bilingual education program

6 When is Bilingual Education Required

When is Bilingual Education Required

A district shall provide a bilingual education program by offering a dual language program in prekindergarten through the elementary grades.

7 When is ESL Required

When is ESL Required

All limited English proficient students for whom a district is not required to offer a bilingual education program shall be provided an English as a second language program . . . regardless of the students' grade levels and home language, and regardless of the number of such students.

8 What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

Districts which are unable to provide a bilingual education program . . . shall request from the commissioner of education an exception to the bilingual education program and approval to offer an alternative program. . . . This request will be submitted by a date determined by the commissioner of education and shall include:

9 What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

(1) a statement of the reasons the district is unable to offer the bilingual education program with supporting documentation; (2) a description of the proposed alternative modified bilingual education or intensive English as a second language programs. . .

10 What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

(3) an assurance that certified personnel available in the district will be assigned to grade levels beginning at prekindergarten followed successively by subsequent grade levels to ensure that the linguistic and academic needs of the limited English proficient students with beginning levels of English proficiency are served on a priority basis;

11 What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

(4) a description of the training program which the district will provide to improve the skills of the staff which is assigned to implement the proposed alternative program, and an assurance that at least 10% of the bilingual education allotment shall be used to carry out this training program; and

12 What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

What if a District is Unable to offer a Bilingual Program

(5) a description of the actions the district will take to ensure that the program required under subsection (a) of this section will be provided the subsequent year, including its plans for recruiting and training an adequate number of teachers to eliminate the need for subsequent exceptions.

13 What is the Design of the Bilingual Education Program

What is the Design of the Bilingual Education Program

The bilingual education program shall be a full-time program of instruction in which both the students' home language and English shall be used for instruction. The amount of instruction in each language within the bilingual education program shall be commensurate with the students' level of proficiency in each language and their level of academic achievement.

14 What Should the Bilingual Education Program Address

What Should the Bilingual Education Program Address

The bilingual education program shall address the affective, linguistic, and cognitive needs of limited English proficient students

15 What is the design of an ESL program

What is the design of an ESL program

English as a second language programs shall be intensive programs of instruction designed to develop proficiency in the comprehension, speaking, reading, and composition in the English language. Instruction in English as a second language shall be commensurate with the student's level of English proficiency and his or her level of academic achievement.

16 What is the design of an ESL program

What is the design of an ESL program

In prekindergarten through Grade 8, instruction in English as a second language may vary from the amount of time accorded to instruction in English language arts in the regular program for nonlimited English proficient students to a full-time instructional setting utilizing second language methods.

17 What is the design of an ESL program

What is the design of an ESL program

In high school, the English as a second language program shall be consistent with graduation requirements under Chapter 74 of this title (relating to Curriculum Requirements).

18 What is the design of an ESL program

What is the design of an ESL program

The language proficiency assessment committee may recommend appropriate services that may include content courses provided through sheltered instructional approaches by trained teachers, enrollment in English as a second language courses, additional state elective English courses, and special assistance provided through locally determined programs.

19 What Should be Addressed in the ESL Program

What Should be Addressed in the ESL Program

The English as a second language program shall address the affective, linguistic, and cognitive needs of limited English proficient students as follows.

20 Integration in other subjects

Integration in other subjects

In subjects such as art, music, and physical education, the limited English proficient students shall participate with their English-speaking peers in regular classes provided in the subjects. The district shall ensure that students enrolled in bilingual education and English as a second language programs have a meaningful opportunity to participate with other students in all extracurricular activities.

21 How do We Know Which Students to Test

How do We Know Which Students to Test

Districts shall conduct only one home language survey of each student. The home language survey shall be administered to each student new to the district, and to students previously enrolled who were not surveyed in the past.

22 Home Language Survey

Home Language Survey

The home language survey shall be administered in English and Spanish; for students of other language groups, the home language survey shall be translated into the home language whenever possible. The home language survey shall contain the following questions.

23 Home Language Survey

Home Language Survey

(1) "What language is spoken in your home most of the time?" (2) "What language does your child (do you) speak most of the time?"

24 Home Language Survey

Home Language Survey

If the response on the home language survey indicates that a language other than English is used, the student shall be tested in accordance with §89.1225 of this title (relating to Testing and Classification of Students).

25 Language Proficiency Assessment Committee

Language Proficiency Assessment Committee

Membership (Bilingual Education) (b) Each committee shall include a professional bilingual educator, a professional transitional language educator, a parent of a limited English proficiency student, and a campus administrator.

26 LPAC

LPAC

Membership (ESL) In districts and grade levels not required to provide a bilingual education program, the language proficiency assessment committee shall be composed of one or more professional personnel and a parent of a limited English proficient student participating in the program designated by the district.

27 How Often Does the LPAC Meet

How Often Does the LPAC Meet

A district shall establish and operate a sufficient number of language proficiency assessment committees to enable them to discharge their duties within four weeks of the enrollment of limited English proficient students.

28 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

Upon their initial enrollment and at the end of each school year, the language proficiency assessment committee shall review all pertinent information on all limited English proficient students identified in accordance with §89.1225(f) of this title (relating to Testing and Classification of Students), and shall:

29 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

(1) designate the language proficiency level of each limited English proficient student in accordance with the guidelines issued pursuant to §89.1210(b) and (d) of this title (relating to Program Content and Design); (2) designate the level of academic achievement of each limited English proficient student;

30 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

3) designate, subject to parental approval, the initial instructional placement of each limited English proficient student in the required program; (4) facilitate the participation of limited English proficient students in other special programs for which they are eligible provided by the district with either state or federal funds; and

31 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

(5) classify students as English proficient in accordance with the criteria described in §89.1225(h) of this title (relating to Testing and Classification of Students), and recommend their exit from the bilingual education or English as a second language program.

32 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

Before the administration of the state criterion-referenced test each year, the language proficiency assessment committee shall determine the appropriate assessment option for each limited English proficient student.

33 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

(1) administration of the English version criterion-referenced test; (2) administration of the Spanish version criterion-referenced test; or (3) for certain immigrant students, exemption from the criterion-referenced test.

34 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

In determining the appropriate assessment option, the language proficiency assessment committee shall consider the following criteria for each student: (1) academic program participation (bilingual education or English as a second language) and language of instruction; (2) language proficiency, including literacy, in English and/or Spanish; (3) number of years enrolled in U.S. schools;

35 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

(4) previous testing history; (5) level achieved in the state reading proficiency tests in English (RPTE); (6) consecutive years of residence outside of the 50 U.S. states; and (7) schooling outside the U.S.

36 Duties of the LPAC

Duties of the LPAC

The language proficiency assessment committee shall give written notice to the student's parent advising that the student has been classified as limited English proficient and requesting approval to place the student in the required bilingual education or English as a second language program.

37 Monitoring

Monitoring

The language proficiency assessment committee shall monitor the academic progress of each student who has exited from a bilingual or English as a second language program within the past two years to determine whether the student is academically successful as defined in §89.1225(j) of this title (relating to Testing and Classification of Students).

38 Monitoring

Monitoring

Those students who are not academically successful due to limited English proficiency shall be reclassified as limited English proficient (LEP), and shall be recommended for participation in a bilingual education or English as a second language program.

39 Assessment: Initial Enrollment

Assessment: Initial Enrollment

In prekindergarten through Grade 1, an oral language proficiency test approved by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) must be administered.

40 Assessment: Initial Enrollment

Assessment: Initial Enrollment

In Grades 2-12, a TEA-approved oral language proficiency test and the English reading and English language arts sections from a TEA-approved norm-referenced measure, or another test approved by TEA, must be administered.

41 Assessment: Initial Enrollment

Assessment: Initial Enrollment

Districts which provide a bilingual education program shall administer an oral language proficiency test in the home language of the students who are eligible for being served in the bilingual education program.

42 Assessment: Initial Enrollment

Assessment: Initial Enrollment

For entry into a bilingual education or English as a second language program, a student shall be identified as limited English proficient using the following criteria. (1) At prekindergarten through Grade 1, the score on the English oral language proficiency test is below the level designated for indicating limited English proficiency under subsection (d) of this section.

43 Assessment: Initial Enrollment

Assessment: Initial Enrollment

At Grades 2-12: (A) the student's score on the English oral language proficiency test is below the level designated for indicating limited English proficiency under subsection (d) of this section; (B) the student's score on the reading and language arts sections of the TEA-approved norm-referenced measure at his or her grade level is below the 40th percentile; or

44 Assessment: Initial Enrollment

Assessment: Initial Enrollment

(C) the student's ability in English is so limited that the administration, at his or her grade level, of the reading and language arts sections of a TEA-approved norm-referenced assessment instrument or other test approved by TEA is not valid.

45 Exit

Exit

For exit from a bilingual education or English as a second language program, a student may be classified as English proficient at the end of the school year in which a student would be able to participate equally in a regular, all-English, instructional program.

46 Exit

Exit

This determination shall be based upon tests that measure the extent to which the student has developed oral and written language proficiency and specific language skills in both the student's primary language (for students enrolled in bilingual education) and English, and one of the following:

47 Exit

Exit

(A) meeting state performance standards for the English language criterion-referenced assessment instrument for reading and writing (when available) required in the Texas Education Code (TEC), §39.023, at grade level; or (B) scoring at or above the 40th percentile on both the English reading and the English language arts sections of a state approved standardized test.

48 Exit

Exit

A student may not be exited from the bilingual education or English as a second language program in prekindergarten through Grade 1.

49 Participation of Non-LEP Students in Bilingual Education

Participation of Non-LEP Students in Bilingual Education

Districts may enroll students who are not limited English proficient in the bilingual education program in accordance with the Texas Education Code.

50 Facilities

Facilities

Bilingual education and English as a second language programs shall be located in the regular public schools of the district rather than in separate facilities. In order to provide the required bilingual education or English as a second language programs, districts may concentrate the programs at a limited number of schools within the district provided that the enrollment in those schools shall not exceed 60% limited English proficient students.

51 Parental Authority

Parental Authority

The entry or placement of a student in the bilingual education or English as a second language program must be approved in writing by the student's parent. The parent's approval shall be considered valid for the student's continued participation in the required bilingual education or English as a second language program until the student meets the exit criteria described in §89.1225(h) of this title (relating to Testing and Classification of Students), graduates from high school, or the parent requests a change in program placement.

52 Parental Authority

Parental Authority

The district shall notify the student's parent of the student's reclassification as English proficient and his or her exit from the bilingual education or English as a second language program and acquire approval as required under Texas Education Code, §29.056(a). Students meeting exit requirements may continue in the bilingual education or English as a second language program with parental approval but are not eligible for inclusion in the district bilingual education allotment.

53 Staffing

Staffing

School districts shall take all reasonable affirmative steps to assign appropriately certified teachers to the required bilingual education and English as a second language programs in accordance with the Texas Education Code, §29.061, concerning bilingual education and special language program teachers.

54 Staffing

Staffing

Districts which are unable to secure a sufficient number of certified bilingual education and English as a second language teachers to provide the required programs, shall request emergency teaching permits or special assignment permits, as appropriate, in accordance with Chapter 230, Subchapter Q, of this title (relating to Permits).

55 Staffing

Staffing

School districts which are unable to employ a sufficient number of teachers, including part-time teachers, who meet the requirements of subsection (a) of this section for the bilingual education and English as a second language programs shall apply on or before October 1 for an exception to the bilingual education program.

56 Staffing

Staffing

Teachers assigned to the bilingual education program and/or English as a second language program may receive salary supplements as authorized by the Texas Education Code, §42.153.

57 Staffing

Staffing

Districts may compensate teachers and aides assigned to bilingual education and English as a second language programs for participation in continuing education programs designed to increase their skills or lead to bilingual education or English as a second language certification.

58 Staffing

Staffing

Districts which are unable to staff their bilingual education and English as a second language programs with fully certified teachers shall use at least 10% of their bilingual education allotment for preservice and inservice training to improve the skills of the teachers who provide the instruction in the alternative bilingual education program, who provide instruction in English as a second language, and/or who provide content area instruction in special classes for limited English proficient students.

59 Required Summer School

Required Summer School

Summer school programs that are provided under the Texas Education Code, §29.060, for children of limited English proficiency who will be eligible for admission to kindergarten or first grade at the beginning of the next school year shall be implemented in accordance with this section.

60 Evaluation

Evaluation

Annual reports of educational performance shall reflect the academic progress in either language of the limited English proficient students, the extent to which they are becoming proficient in English, the number of students who have been exited from the bilingual education and English as a second language programs, and the number of teachers and aides trained and the frequency, scope, and results of the training.

61 Evaluation

Evaluation

Each school year, the principal of each school campus, with the assistance of the campus level committee, shall develop, review, and revise the campus improvement plan described in the Texas Education Code, §11.253, for the purpose of improving student performance for limited English proficient students.

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