Region 10 - Instructional Materials Publisher Showcase Proclamation 2019 ELAR Adoption

October 3, 2018, 9 am - 4 pm

Plano Centre
2000 E Spring Creek Pkwy
Plano, TX 75074 

*****  This Just In From The College Board  *****

My school or district offers Pre-AP courses now. How will this affect us?
Beginning in fall of 2022, all courses labeled Pre-AP must be submitted and approved through the Pre-AP course audit process. Schools can continue utilizing the same resources they have developed for their local pre-AP courses but will no longer be able to call them Pre-AP in fall 2022.

Our aim is to create a unified and consistent set of expectations for any course called Pre-AP—including making Pre-AP coursework available for all students—while preserving local flexibility in what is taught. Schools and districts that wish to continue using the Pre-AP designation will have a transition period of up to four years to adapt to these new expectations.

Pearson Proclamation 2010 ELA Contract Extension Information
Pearson Education has agreed to extend the TEA contracts for Proclamation 2010, ELA adoptions in accordance with state-specified timelines.  This includes the following titles: 

Pearson, publishing as Scott Foresman:  Texas Reading Street, Grades K-5
Pearson, publishing as Scott Foresman:  Texas Calle de la Lectura, Grades K-5
Pearson, publishing as Prentice Hall:  Prentice Hall Literature, Texas, Grades 6-12

For complete letter click here.

SBOE to postpone Proclamation 2018:

The SBOE has decided to postpone Proclamation 2018.  At this time, we are not sure if it will be combined with Proclamation 2019 or pushed farther.  Information regarding this subject can be seen on the SBOE Friday afternoon video, section 12.


Pearson Proclamation 2011 ELA Contract Extension Information

Pearson Proclamation 2011 Letter

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Print Subscription Reorder Process

Important Information Regarding Your Upcoming Subscription Reorder

McGraw-Hill Reading Materials Announcement:
McGraw-Hill Education is pleased to announce that we have agreed to extend our contract as requested by TEA for reading materials from the previous K-12 Texas adoptions.  The original contract was due to expire with the 2015-2016 school year, but McGraw-Hill will commit to a contract extension through the 2017-2018 school year. 
What this means for your teachers and students is that ALL K-12 Texas Treasures and K-5 Texas Tesoros state bid materials will be available through 2017-2018.  We will honor the original pricing with the 
state and will continue to provide all qualifying complimentary K-12 teacher materials, workbooks, and online access AT NO CHARGE to adopting districts.  This includes the Kindergarten activity books for both Treasures and Tesoros.