How can our school align with HB 4545 learning requirements?
A Guide for HB 4545
Under Texas HB 4545, it is essential for students in Texas schools in grades 3-12 to receive 30 hours of additional intervention time if they haven’t reached ‘Approaches’ in key content areas on the STARR assessment or end of course (EOC) exam,
If you are a school in Texas currently using Enriching Students® or are a school or District looking for a tool to manage intervention and enrichment time to meet these standards, here’s how we can help. Check out the articles on the right to learn how your school can align its practices to meet the HB 4545 requirements.
HB 4545 Texas: A Guide for Schools
Texas HB 4545 is directly related to education, and how schools in Texas meet student needs. It requires that [...]
Managing Accelerated Learning Committees
For students who are in grades 3, 5, or 8 and have not passed reading or math in their [...]
Tracking Accelerated Instruction
For Texas Districts trying to meet the requirements of House Bill 4545, a key element is for students in accelerated [...]
Scheduling Students for Accelerated Instruction
Accelerated instruction requires that any students in grades 3-12 who did not score at least Approaches on their STARR assessment [...]
Creating Time for Accelerated Instruction
Under Texas House Bill 4545, it’s required that schools have an instructional plan to meet the needs of each [...]
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