19 TAC Chapter 102
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COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION RULES
§102.1001. Head Start Educational Component Grant Program.
§102.1002. Prekindergarten Early Start Grant Program.
§102.1003. High-Quality Prekindergarten Program.
§102.1011. Master Reading Teacher Grant Program.
§102.1013. Master Mathematics Teacher Grant Program.
§102.1015. Master Science Teacher Grant Program.
§102.1017. Master Technology Teacher Grant Program.
§102.1031. Criteria for Evaluating Coordinated Health Programs for Elementary, Middle, and Junior High School Students.
Subchapter DD. Commissioner's Rules Concerning the Texas Accelerated Science Achievement Program Grant
§102.1041. Texas Accelerated Science Achievement Program Grant.
§102.1051. Financial Literacy Pilot Program.
§102.1053. Mathematics Instructional Coaches Pilot Program.
§102.1055. Collaborative Dropout Reduction Pilot Program.
§102.1056. Dropout Recovery Pilot Program.
§102.1057. Intensive Reading or Language Intervention Pilot Program.
§102.1058. Reading Excellence Team Pilot Program.
§102.1073. Educator Excellence Innovation Program.
§102.1091. Early College High Schools.
§102.1093. Designation of Texas Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Academies.
§102.1095. Pathways in Technology Early College High School.
§102.1101. Attendance and Completion Requirements for Texas Adolescent Literacy Academies.
§102.1201. Texas High Performance Schools Consortium.
§102.1305. Process Timeline.
§102.1307. Adoption of Local Innovation Plan.
§102.1309. Prohibited Exemptions.
§102.1313. Amendment, Rescission, or Renewal.
Subchapter KK. Commissioner's Rules Concerning Compliance Investigations in Connection with State-Funded Education Program Grants
§102.1401. Compliance Investigations.
§102.1501. Blended Learning Grant Program.
§102.1503. Math Innovation Zone Designation.
§102.1601. Supplemental Special Education Services and Instructional Materials Program for Certain Public School Students Receiving Special Education Services.
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