Proclamations 2019 & 2020 - Adoption Information
The evaluation and adoption of instructional materials under Proclamation 2019 is currently underway, and the district process for Proclamation 2020 will occur during the 2019-20 school year. During the adoption process (and summer months), SCUCISD operates as a closed district. All publishers with materials related to these proclamations/adoptions should contact only the District Instructional Materials Coordinator, Kelley Mosley, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Campus instructional staff should not be contacted by publishers.
The adopted materials under Proclamation 2019 are scheduled to be available for use beginning in the 2019-2020 school year.
The State Board of Education requires that all pre-adoption samples of instructional materials submitted for review be made available to the public online.
Samples of instructional materials that will be considered for adoption under Proclamation 2020 should be available for public viewing at:
Region 20 - For more information, visit ESC20 - Instructional Materials.
Proclamation 2019 calls for instructional materials for the following subject areas:
- English language arts and reading, grades K–8
- Spanish language arts and reading, grades K–6
- Spelling (English and Spanish), grades 1–6
- Handwriting (English and Spanish), grades K–5
- English Learners Language Arts, grades 7–8
- Personal Financial Literacy
For a full list of courses included in Proclamation 2020, click here. To find which publishers have submitted materials for various courses to be reviewed by the state panel this summer along with the interoperability of the materials, please visit TEA's Proclamation 2020 site.
Health & PE TEKS Review Work Group Application
The State Board of Education (SBOE) will soon begin the review and revision of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for health education and physical education. The SBOE’s TEKS review and revision process calls for multiple, separate work groups to make recommendations to the SBOE for revisions to the current standards. SBOE members nominate individuals, including educators, parents, business and industry representatives, and employers, to serve on TEKS review work groups.
TEA is now accepting applications for the health education and physical education TEKS review work groups. Applications received will be submitted to SBOE members for review throughout the process. Individuals selected will be asked to serve on one or more work groups. The TEKS review work groups will convene in Austin for a minimum of one face-to-face meeting. Additional meetings may be conducted via webinar.
To access the application and for more information regarding the health education and physical education TEKS review, please visit the Health Education and Physical Education TEKS Review webpage at https://tea.texas.gov/curriculum/teks/health-PE/review/.