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  • Internet Access Internet Filtering Interactive TV Network ITV KACE Help Desk Technology Planning Web Hosting Counselor Solution Group Professional development for counselors is aligned with the American School Counselor Association National Standards and Competencies and Texas Education Agency Comprehensive Developmental Guidance and Counseling Program Pre K Grade 12 Topics will be addressed that will assist counselors in developing the four components in their guidance program Guidance Curriculum Responsive Services Individual Planning and System Support Continuing Education Units CEUs will be available for all professional development Shauna Lane Academic HB 5 Test Coordination Educational Specialist slane esc17 net 806 281 5862 Alicia Holligan Social Emotional Educational Specialist aholligan esc17 net 806 281 5879 Join our Counselor Solution Group Listserv Click the link above Fill in your information Click Subscribe Counselor Solution Group Workshop Listings 2015 FALL CSG Workshop Flyer Updated as of 12 7 15 For more information on workshops and opportunities available for school counselors please search https txr17 escworks net default aspx School Counselor Professional Resources Counselor Requirements FERPA for School Counselors American Counseling Association Code of Ethics 2014 American School Counselor Assn ASCA Code of Ethics 2010 School Counselor Evaluation Form SCHOLAR Comprehensive School Counselor Resource HB 5 Resources TEA House Bill 5 Site ESC 17 House Bill 5 LiveBinder ESC 12 IGC Resources Tweets by ESC17Counselor Test Coordinator ESC 17 STAAR Test Coordinator Website Testing Calendars TEA Student Assessment Homepage TAMS Homepage Login Great STAAR Resource Practice STAAR tests and easy to understand information Click this link to access http www esc20 net default aspx name ci staar Home To set up your school to administer the TSI contact www accuplacer org or email creynolds collegeboard org Academic Counseling TxVSN Texas Virtual School Network Contact Laura Hodges or TxVSN Help Desk 866 938 9876 College and Career

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  • Leaders Blog Advancing Educational Leadership AEL T TESS Training T PESS Training School Reach School Safety Literacy and Special Programs Literacy and Special Programs 504 Bilingual ESL Career Technical Education CTE Dyslexia Services Gifted Talented Advanced Academics Language Arts Reading Response to Intervention Title III LEP Services Superintendent Links Contacts Online Contracts School Board Training Student Support Student Support Student Evaluation Services Assistive Technology Autism Child Find CRCG Community Resources Coordinating Group Deaf Education Certification Low Incidence Disabilities Multicultural Diverse Learners Non Ed Community Based Support Services Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities PPCD Positive Behavioral Interventions Support Project Psychological Services Speech Language Pathology Transition Services Visual Impairment Blindness Technology Technology Services Distance Learning Email Services eRate Support Internet Access Internet Filtering Interactive TV Network ITV KACE Help Desk Technology Planning Web Hosting Focus and Priority Schools Federal Accountability Methodology TEA Priority School Identification and Ranking Calculation Steps TEA Focus School Identification and Ranking Calculation Steps TEA Federal Student Groups 7 and Safeguard Targets TEA Resources ESEA Turnaround Principles TEA Alignment of ESEA Turnaround Principles and Critical Success Factors Critial Success Factors and Continuous School Improvement Every organization has factors that are critical to its success Limiting these factors to a manageable number of key areas will help the organization thrive Once identified critical success factors help stakeholders focus on the priorities of the organization helps them develop measurable goals and create a culture of teamwork The following success factors are foundational elements within the framework of the Texas Accountability Intervention System developed by Texas Education Agency and Texas Center for District and School Support These Critical Success Factors will serve as key focus areas in school improvement planning It is important to note there is no hard and fast rule for determining the number of CSFs and educational organization

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  • Region 17 ESC - Migrant Education Program
    Leaders Blog Advancing Educational Leadership AEL T TESS Training T PESS Training School Reach School Safety Literacy and Special Programs Literacy and Special Programs 504 Bilingual ESL Career Technical Education CTE Dyslexia Services Gifted Talented Advanced Academics Language Arts Reading Response to Intervention Title III LEP Services Superintendent Links Contacts Online Contracts School Board Training Student Support Student Support Student Evaluation Services Assistive Technology Autism Child Find CRCG Community Resources Coordinating Group Deaf Education Certification Low Incidence Disabilities Multicultural Diverse Learners Non Ed Community Based Support Services Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities PPCD Positive Behavioral Interventions Support Project Psychological Services Speech Language Pathology Transition Services Visual Impairment Blindness Technology Technology Services Distance Learning Email Services eRate Support Internet Access Internet Filtering Interactive TV Network ITV KACE Help Desk Technology Planning Web Hosting Region 17 Migrant Education Program The Migrant Education Program MEP is a federally funded supplemental program designed to serve unique educational and support service needs of Migrant students ages 3 21 Region 17 identifies over 3 000 Migrant students in 20 Project Districts 10 SSA Member Districts and 27 Non Project Districts The Migrant Education Program is authorized under Part C of Title I of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 The goal of the MEP is to insure that all migrant students reach the same high state content and performance standards that all students are expected to reach In Texas supplemental academic and support services are provided to students who meet the program eligibility definition Programs and services are designed to help migratory children overcome educational disruption cultural and language barriers social isolation various health related problems and other factors that inhibit the ability of such children to do well in school The purpose of these services is to prepare migratory children to make

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  • Region 17 ESC - No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
    Gifted Talented Advanced Academics Language Arts Reading Response to Intervention Title III LEP Services Superintendent Links Contacts Online Contracts School Board Training Student Support Student Support Student Evaluation Services Assistive Technology Autism Child Find CRCG Community Resources Coordinating Group Deaf Education Certification Low Incidence Disabilities Multicultural Diverse Learners Non Ed Community Based Support Services Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities PPCD Positive Behavioral Interventions Support Project Psychological Services Speech Language Pathology Transition Services Visual Impairment Blindness Technology Technology Services Distance Learning Email Services eRate Support Internet Access Internet Filtering Interactive TV Network ITV KACE Help Desk Technology Planning Web Hosting No Child Left Behind The Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 ESEA was first passed by Congress as part of President Lyndon B Johnson s War on Poverty The most recent reauthorization amending ESEA is the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 NCLB The primary function is to close the achievement gap between groups of students by requiring greater accountability and offering increased flexibility and choice NCLB affects almost every school district and charter school in the state The Title I program is designed to help disadvantaged children reach high academic standards Resources are provided to help schools with high concentrations of students from low income families provide a high quality education that will enable all children to meet the state s student performance standards Title I Part A supports schools in implementing either a school wide program or a targeted assistance program These programs must use effective methods and instructional strategies that are grounded in scientifically based research Parental Involvement Parent involvement is one focus of Title I Schools that collaborate with parents to help their children learn and engage parents in school activities and decision making will experience academic achievement and improved school climate Social Media

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  • Region 17 ESC - Performance Based Monitoring
    Effort Management Curriculum Curriculum Services Progress in the General Curriculum Discovery Streaming Eduphoria Fine Arts First Year Teachers Instructional Materials Instructional Technology Language Arts Librarians Math Project Share Reading Science Social Studies TEKS Resource System District Campus Leadership MAPSS Instructional Leaders Blog Advancing Educational Leadership AEL T TESS Training T PESS Training School Reach School Safety Literacy and Special Programs Literacy and Special Programs 504 Bilingual ESL Career Technical Education CTE Dyslexia Services Gifted Talented Advanced Academics Language Arts Reading Response to Intervention Title III LEP Services Superintendent Links Contacts Online Contracts School Board Training Student Support Student Support Student Evaluation Services Assistive Technology Autism Child Find CRCG Community Resources Coordinating Group Deaf Education Certification Low Incidence Disabilities Multicultural Diverse Learners Non Ed Community Based Support Services Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities PPCD Positive Behavioral Interventions Support Project Psychological Services Speech Language Pathology Transition Services Visual Impairment Blindness Technology Technology Services Distance Learning Email Services eRate Support Internet Access Internet Filtering Interactive TV Network ITV KACE Help Desk Technology Planning Web Hosting Performance Based Monitoring The Performance Based Monitoring Analysis System is an automated data system that reports annually on the performance of school districts and charter schools in the selected program areas Programs Monitored through PBMAS Bilingual ESL CTE NCLB Programs Title I A C D Title II A D Title III A Title IV A Title VI and Title I A School Improvement Special Education Data Validation Monitoring DVM is another component of the PBM system The function of DVM is to monitor the accuracy of data submitted by school districts and used in the state s accountability rating and performance based monitoring PBM systems including Data Integrity Monitoring Leaver Data Discipline Data Student Assessment Data The Texas Education Agency monitors programs using a variety of strategies

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  • Special Programs 504 Bilingual ESL Career Technical Education CTE Dyslexia Services Gifted Talented Advanced Academics Language Arts Reading Response to Intervention Title III LEP Services Superintendent Links Contacts Online Contracts School Board Training Student Support Student Support Student Evaluation Services Assistive Technology Autism Child Find CRCG Community Resources Coordinating Group Deaf Education Certification Low Incidence Disabilities Multicultural Diverse Learners Non Ed Community Based Support Services Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities PPCD Positive Behavioral Interventions Support Project Psychological Services Speech Language Pathology Transition Services Visual Impairment Blindness Technology Technology Services Distance Learning Email Services eRate Support Internet Access Internet Filtering Interactive TV Network ITV KACE Help Desk Technology Planning Web Hosting Test Coordinator Resources This page is intended to serve as a local resource for ESC 17 Test Coordinators Contact slane esc17 net with questions or items that you would like to share with other coordinators in Region 17 This site and materials listed as resources are not meant to replace or override contents in the District Test Coordinator and Test Administration Manuals Subscribe to receive the ESC 17 Test Coordinator Listserv Test Coordinator Quicklinks Test Provider Transition 2015 2016 TETN 2015 2016 Important Changes to Texas Assessment Program TEA Letter dated 9 4 15 Testing Calendars TEA Student Assessme nt Homepage Texas Assessment Management System Login Ass essment Professionals Resources Technical Assistance and Support Starting September 28 2015 contact ETS for all questions related to STAAR 3 8 and EOC programs ETS Texas Assessment Support Center 855 333 7770 Pearson for all questions related to the STAAR Alternate 2 TELPAS and TAKS programs Pearson s Cu stomer Service Center 800 627 0225 ESC 17 Contacts Shauna Lane Regional Testing Coordinator 806 281 5862 Liz Parks STAAR Alt STAAR A 806 281 5876 Margo Knox STAAR A 806 281 5872

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  • Region 17 ESC - Time Management System
    Management Curriculum Curriculum Services Progress in the General Curriculum Discovery Streaming Eduphoria Fine Arts First Year Teachers Instructional Materials Instructional Technology Language Arts Librarians Math Project Share Reading Science Social Studies TEKS Resource System District Campus Leadership MAPSS Instructional Leaders Blog Advancing Educational Leadership AEL T TESS Training T PESS Training School Reach School Safety Literacy and Special Programs Literacy and Special Programs 504 Bilingual ESL Career Technical Education CTE Dyslexia Services Gifted Talented Advanced Academics Language Arts Reading Response to Intervention Title III LEP Services Superintendent Links Contacts Online Contracts School Board Training Student Support Student Support Student Evaluation Services Assistive Technology Autism Child Find CRCG Community Resources Coordinating Group Deaf Education Certification Low Incidence Disabilities Multicultural Diverse Learners Non Ed Community Based Support Services Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities PPCD Positive Behavioral Interventions Support Project Psychological Services Speech Language Pathology Transition Services Visual Impairment Blindness Technology Technology Services Distance Learning Email Services eRate Support Internet Access Internet Filtering Interactive TV Network ITV KACE Help Desk Technology Planning Web Hosting Making Time Management Easy TMS is a time and effort management system designed specifically with state education in mind In response to compliance and the growing need of greater documentation Region 17 Education Service Center now has a Time and Effort online electronic reporting system tool District administrators have the ability to use an innovative and modern system to review and report on Time and Effort which is clearly precisely and immediately documented electronically by a user Features 1 Automatic reporting and archiving of employee time effort activities and funding code usage 2 Simplifies management and audit reports with a one stop organized tool for reviewing and submitting valuable accurate time and effort data 3 Provides the ability to monitor progress of hours spent funding source and activities

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  • Region 17 ESC Curriculum Services Team
    Eduphoria Fine Arts First Year Teachers Instructional Materials Instructional Technology Language Arts Librarians Math Project Share Reading Science Social Studies TEKS Resource System District Campus Leadership MAPSS Instructional Leaders Blog Advancing Educational Leadership AEL T TESS Training T PESS Training School Reach School Safety Literacy and Special Programs Literacy and Special Programs 504 Bilingual ESL Career Technical Education CTE Dyslexia Services Gifted Talented Advanced Academics Language Arts Reading Response to Intervention Title III LEP Services Superintendent Links Contacts Online Contracts School Board Training Student Support Student Support Student Evaluation Services Assistive Technology Autism Child Find CRCG Community Resources Coordinating Group Deaf Education Certification Low Incidence Disabilities Multicultural Diverse Learners Non Ed Community Based Support Services Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities PPCD Positive Behavioral Interventions Support Project Psychological Services Speech Language Pathology Transition Services Visual Impairment Blindness Technology Technology Services Distance Learning Email Services eRate Support Internet Access Internet Filtering Interactive TV Network ITV KACE Help Desk Technology Planning Web Hosting Curriculum Services About Us Curriculum Services provides schools with information and resources to facilitate an increase in student performance The Curriculum cooperative provides access to professional development instructional technology instructional resources and up to date information and technical assistance Our Team Jenny Gaona Education Specialist jgaona esc17 net Phone 806 281 5805 Social Studies Click here for the Social Studies Flyer eduphoria Electronic Flyer for Social Studies Instructional Technology Instructional Technology and Eduphoria Flyer Margo Knox Education Specialist mknox esc17 net Phone 806 281 5872 Progress in the General Curriculum Click here for the PGC flyer Migrant Jerard Lafuente Education Specialist jlafuente esc17 net Phone 806 281 5878 TEKS Resource System Click here for TEKS Resource System Flyer TCDD Click here for the ELA flyer Emily Nowlain Education Specialist enowlain esc17 net Phone 806 281 5881 Instructional Technology Click

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