The High School Allotment: Rulemaking for High School Completion and College Readiness. Public Stakeholder Meeting July 20, 2006. Overall graduation rates are improving…. …however, disparities persist. Exit level disparities are troubling. College readiness is low for all groups .
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The High School Allotment: Rulemaking for High School Completion and College Readiness
Public Stakeholder Meeting
July 20, 2006
Percent of Students Meeting THECB Standard for Higher Education Readiness (Preliminary 2006)
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TEA will propose and adopt rules related to the following:
Commissioner’s rules are published and adopted under a timeline that gives opportunity for stakeholder input and comments, and for TEA to incorporate comments.
Expedited timeline to publish proposed high school allotment rules before the start of the 2006-7 school year:
TEA recognizes that district planning for the 2006-07 school year may begin before the proposed rules are published:
For more information about the High School Allotment, please contact Christi Martin or Barbara Knaggs.
Christi MartinBarbara Knaggs
Senior AdvisorSenior Director
Education InitiativesSecondary School Initiatives
Texas Education AgencyTexas Education Agency
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