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Each contract for residential placement must be approved by the commissioner.
(a) A school district, shared services arrangement unit, or regional education service center may contract with a public or private facility, institution, or agency inside or outside of this state for the provision of services to students with disabilities. Each school district shall develop a system to notify the population in the district with children who are at least three years of age but younger than six years of age and who are eligible for enrollment in a special education program of the availability of the program.
The form must be clear, concise, well organized, and understandable to parents and educators and may include only:(1) the information included in the model form developed under 20 U.
(a) The agency shall develop a model form for use in developing an individualized education program under Section 29.005(b). Section 1417(e)(1);(2) a state-imposed requirement relevant to an individualized education program not required under federal law; and(3) the requirements identified under 20 U.
(a) A written report of a full individual and initial evaluation of a student for purposes of special education services shall be completed as follows, except as otherwise provided by this section:(1) not later than the 45th school day following the date on which the school district, in accordance with 20 U. The student's admission, review, and dismissal committee shall meet not later than the 15th school day of the following school year to consider the evaluation.
Section 1414(a), as amended, receives written consent for the evaluation, signed by the student's parent or legal guardian, except that if a student has been absent from school during that period on three or more days, that period must be extended by a number of school days equal to the number of school days during that period on which the student has been absent; or(2) for students under five years of age by September 1 of the school year and not enrolled in public school and for students enrolled in a private or home school setting, not later than the 45th school day following the date on which the school district receives written consent for the evaluation, signed by a student's parent or legal guardian.(a-1) If a school district receives written consent signed by a student's parent or legal guardian for a full individual and initial evaluation of a student at least 35 but less than 45 school days before the last instructional day of the school year, the evaluation must be completed and the written report of the evaluation must be provided to the parent or legal guardian not later than June 30 of that year.
The commissioner by rule may determine days during which year-round schools are recessed that, consistent with this subsection, are not considered to be school days for purposes of this section.(a-3) Subsection (a) does not impair any rights of an infant or toddler with a disability who is receiving early intervention services in accordance with 20 U.
School districts may enter into a written contract to jointly operate their special education programs. Funds to which the cooperating districts are entitled may be allocated to the districts jointly as shared services arrangement units or shared services arrangement funds in accordance with the shared services arrangement districts' agreement. If the contract involves a public facility, the state share is that amount remaining after subtracting the local share from the portion of the contract that involves the costs of instructional and related services.
(a) On request of a child's parent, before obtaining the parent's consent under 20 U. If a parent does not give consent under Subsection (b) within 20 calendar days after the date the district provided to the parent the information required by that subsection, the parent's consent is considered denied.
INFORMATION AND CONSENT FOR CERTAIN PSYCHOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS OR TESTS. Section 1414 for the administration of any psychological examination or test to the child that is included as part of the evaluation of the child's need for special education, a school district shall provide to the child's parent:(1) the name and type of the examination or test; and(2) an explanation of how the examination or test will be used to develop an appropriate individualized education program for the child.(b) If the district determines that an additional examination or test is required for the evaluation of a child's need for special education after obtaining consent from the child's parent under Subsection (a), the district shall provide the information described by Subsections (a)(1) and (2) to the child's parent regarding the additional examination or test and shall obtain additional consent for the examination or test.(c) The time required for the district to provide information and seek consent under Subsection (b) may not be counted toward the 60 calendar days for completion of an evaluation under Section 29.004.
The procedure may not require a member of the public to register to speak earlier than the day of the meeting.(f) The agency must post on the agency's Internet website:(1) contact information for the committee, including an e-mail address;(2) notice of each open meeting of the committee;(3) minutes of each open meeting of the committee; and(4) guidance concerning how to submit public comments to the committee.(g) The committee shall develop a policy to encourage public participation with the committee.(h) Not later than January 1 of each odd-numbered year, the committee shall submit a report to the legislature with recommended changes to state law and agency rules relating to special education.
At least one member appointed under this subsection must be a director of special education programs for a school district or for a shared services arrangement of multiple school districts as provided by Section 29.007.(b) The appointments are not subject to confirmation by the senate.(c) Members of the committee are appointed for staggered terms of four years with the terms of eight or nine members expiring on February 1 of each odd-numbered year.(d) Committee meetings must be conducted in compliance with Chapter 551, Government Code.(e) The committee shall provide a procedure for members of the public to speak at committee meetings.