TCLAS Grant Changes and Possible Survey Due April 6, 2024

If you have funding from more than one TCLAS decision, the information in today’s article might come as good news for you! TEA is allowing money to be moved between TCLAS decisions in some cases. However, if you wish to do so, you must complete a survey by April 6! No TCLAS funds? You can … Read More

AskTED Data Updates

Staying informed is important for administrators to be able to do their job well. How do you make sure that you get important information coming out of TEA?  One of the main ways is updating AskTED, the online Texas Education Directory (TED), which is updated daily. AskTED is the primary source used by TEA and … Read More

Mid-Year Review of Federal Grant Funds

Check-ups are important! They keep us on track. The middle of the school year is a good time to check up on your federal grant funds by conducting a mid-year review. The purpose of the mid-year review is to give you an opportunity to see if you are still on track to expend your federal … Read More

Collaborative Comprehensive Needs Assessment for 2024-25 (CCNA)

Now that Spring Break is over, the rest of the year will sail by, and planning for next year is in the works! It is the best time to start writing down your ideas because it is almost time to start the needs assessment process that is required before you can apply for federal funds … Read More

Basics of State Compensatory Education Funds

At-risk students are in the greatest danger of not completing high school. Effective planning to meet their needs, even in early childhood, can help prevent students from dropping out. Each charter district with qualified students receives a State allotment of State Compensatory Education (CompEd or SCE) funds to provide direct services to At-risk students. Of … Read More