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  • Accountability, Accreditation, and School Improvement Assistance - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Accountability Accreditation and School Improvement Assistance Contact Maria Luisa Niestas Director 915 780 6551 Email ESC R19 is prepared to assist you in meeting state and federal accountability requirements including NCLB and AEIS Provided are links to helpful sites within ESC R19 and to both state and federal school accountability and improvement resources and websites ESC R19 services to districts campuses and charter schools include Awareness Training either regionally or on site in understanding and preparing for current and future requirements of TEA accountability and monitoring systems Training in understanding and implementing NCLB requirements including Adequate Yearly Progress AYP and School Improvement SIP Data Analysis Regional or on site workshops and or technical assistance to help campus and district personnel analyze disaggregate and interpret data for continuous school improvement and instructional planning School improvement planning District or campus planning to assist personnel with suggested planning frameworks and components Networking with other districts through Advisory

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=126&program=Accountability,+Accreditation,+and+School+Improvement+Assistance (2016-04-29)
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  • AEL/PDAS - Education Service Center - Region 19
    School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources AEL PDAS Advancing Educational Leadership replaces Instructional Leadership Development ILD and serves as the mandatory prerequisite to additional training designed to prepare school leaders for certification as appraisers of teachers The goal of AEL training is to provide practical and relevant examples from the field of education and the current research base in effective leadership practices Throughout the structured training five themes Creating Positive School Culture Establishing and Sustaining Vision Mission Goals Developing Self Others Improving Instruction and Managing Data Processes and seven strands Team Building Effective Conferencing Conflict Resolution Goal Setting Data Gathering Analysis Teacher Coaching Mentoring and Curriculum Instruction are interwoven to offer multiple opportunities for participants to engage in self reflection dialogue and practical application of skills and concepts designed to address the ever changing needs of 21st century schools Establish processes in daily school routines that systematically support ongoing improvement in quality learning for every student PDAS remains in place as the

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=83&program=AEL/PDAS (2016-04-29)
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  • Assistive Technology - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Excellence in Mathematics Teaching Facilitated Individualized Education Program FIEP Project Family and Community Engagement Parental Involvement Gifted and Talented Advanced Academics Graphic Design Homeless Homeless Education Human Resources Instructional Media Services Instructional Technology Legal Framework Life Skills Low Incidence Disabilities Program Management Information Systems MIS Mathematics K 12 Migrant Homeless Education Network Services No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Other Services Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=28&program=Assistive+Technology (2016-04-29)
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  • Audio-Visual Repair - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Childhood Intervention ECI English Language Arts Reading ELAR and Dyslexia Events Management Excellence in Mathematics Teaching Facilitated Individualized Education Program FIEP Project Family and Community Engagement Parental Involvement Gifted and Talented Advanced Academics Graphic Design Homeless Homeless Education Human Resources Instructional Media Services Instructional Technology Legal Framework Life Skills Low Incidence Disabilities Program Management Information Systems MIS Mathematics K 12 Migrant Homeless Education Network Services No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Other Services Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=51&program=Audio-Visual+Repair (2016-04-29)
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  • Autism Spectrum Disorders - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Framework Life Skills Low Incidence Disabilities Program Management Information Systems MIS Mathematics K 12 Migrant Homeless Education Network Services No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Other Services Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Autism Spectrum Disorders Contact Katherine Wellborn Chacon Project Manager 915 780 5350 Email Elizabeth Kloss Secretary 915 780 5347 Email The Autism Spectrum Disorders Program serves families districts and the community working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in a variety of school settings Staff development and technical assistance is designed to support districts and families in implementing the best individualized program for student success Training is designed to address a wide range of student parent and district needs which include but are not limited to behavior skills social skills communication skills curriculum development instructional methodologies current research and sensory issues On site technical assistance is available to help districts implement programs using best practices in Structured Teaching based on the TEACCH Model

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=29&program=Autism+Spectrum+Disorders (2016-04-29)
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  • Bilingual/ESL/Title III Program - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Bilingual ESL Title III Program Contact Claudia S De Anda Professional Development Consultant 915 780 5012 Email The Bilingual ESL Title III Department at Education Service Center Region 19 offers technical assistance professional development guidance and support to Local Educational Agencies including Charter and Private Non Profit schools in all areas impacting the linguistic academic and effective success of English Language learners The Bilingual ESL Title III Department is committed to supporting schools in any of the following areas impacting English Language Learners State and Federal Accountability PBMAS Technology Integration Parent Involvement Effecttive Research Based Instructional Processes Sheltered Instruction TELPAS LPAC Framework and Decision Making Process Literacy ELPS Our commitment to you is making everything possible on our end to support your efforts in ensuring a successful educational experience for over 47 000 English Language Learners in our Region 19 area Links GOVERNMENT SITES OELA establishes and implements policy and national dissemination efforts of the bilingual education programs that serve the limited English proficient LEP children and adults Office of English Language Acquisition The Texas Education Agency Bilingual ESL Education site provides information relevant to Bil ESL guidelines curriculum assessment rules textbooks etc for individuals working to provide high quality programs for limited English proficient students TEA Bilingual ESL Education The Texas Education Agency LPAC Assessment

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=1&program=Bilingual/ESL/Title+III+Program (2016-04-29)
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  • Board Training - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Individualized Education Program FIEP Project Family and Community Engagement Parental Involvement Gifted and Talented Advanced Academics Graphic Design Homeless Homeless Education Human Resources Instructional Media Services Instructional Technology Legal Framework Life Skills Low Incidence Disabilities Program Management Information Systems MIS Mathematics K 12 Migrant Homeless Education Network Services No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Other Services Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Board Training Continuing education requirements for school board members in Texas consists of three levels Level I Newly elected members must attend a three hour Orientation to the Texas Education Code during their first year of service Experienced board members must attend a Legislative Update following sessions of the Texas Legislature in which statutes relating to education were passed The length of the Legislative Update is dependent on the amount of education legislation passed or changed during the previous session of the Texas legislature Level 2 Team Building is an annual requirement of three

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=19&program=Board+Training (2016-04-29)
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  • Career & Technical Education - Education Service Center - Region 19
    TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Career Technical Education The ESC Region 19 CTE Program provides the following service to districts Academic and Career Technical Education integration and applied learning strategies Activities to promote student enrollment in nontraditional courses and increase awareness and understanding of nontraditional careers Coordination with local ISD Career Technical Education Directors and or representatives via monthly CTE update needs assessment meetings Communications and networking among LEAs Workforce Development Boards Colleges Universities and TEA career education staff to promote the goals and objectives of Perkins and Career Technical Education Relationship establishment with colleges universities for potential articulation and dual enrollment and opportunities Implementation of career guidance programs 7 12 and the development of career pathways including sequence of courses for all students PEIMS coding training for CTE course sequence based on student 4 year plan Prepare districts for an onsite PBM visit Preparation for districts scheduled for Civil Rights Compliance Monitoring and Performance Based Monitoring for CTE Information regarding Nondiscrimination statement for publication prior to beginning of school year Technical assistance in adapting Texas Achievement Plan TAP as part of the districts graduation plans Technical assistance to high school counselors in Career Pathways advanced course work and college preparation information Technical assistance in review understanding the Student Attendance Accounting Handbook Program Access Review PAR utilization to identify barriers to access for students to CTE programs Career and Technical programs

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=42&program=Career+&+Technical+Education (2016-04-29)
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