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A instruction and content are delivered primarily over the Internet; B a student and teacher are in different locations for a majority of the student's instructional period; C most instructional activities take place in an online environment; D the online instructional activities are integral to the academic program; E extensive communication between a student and a teacher and among students is emphasized; and F a student is not required to be located on the physical premises of a school district or open-enrollment charter school.
A a teacher of an electronic course has information related to a student's academic performance in that course; and B a student enrolled in an electronic course makes documented progress in mastering the content of the course. A a school district or open-enrollment charter school that provides an electronic course through the state virtual school network to: Added by Acts80th Leg.
Acts83rd Leg. A is younger than 21 years of age; or B is younger than 26 years of age and entitled to the benefits of the Foundation School Program under Section Acts81st Leg. Acts82nd Leg. Acts85th Leg. This chapter does not: This chapter does not create or authorize Petries electronic chapeter 1 creation of a telecommunications or information services network.
Added by Acts81st Leg. The policy must be consistent with the requirements imposed by Section A district or school may send the policy with any other information that the district or school sends to a parent.
Section et seq. Added by Acts82nd Leg. A high-quality education for students in this state who are being educated through electronic courses provided through the state virtual school network; and B equitable access by students to those courses. The commissioner shall designate an agency employee or a group of agency employees to act as the administering authority for the state virtual school network.
Section gthe commissioner shall make information relating to the performance of students enrolled in electronic courses under this chapter available to school districts, open-enrollment charter schools, and the public. The administering authority may not provide educational services directly to a student.
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An open-enrollment charter school may serve as a course provider only: A through an agreement with the school district in which the student resides; or B if the student receives educational services under the supervision of a juvenile probation department, the Texas Juvenile Justice Department, or the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, through an agreement with the applicable agency.
A are needed to complete high school graduation requirements; and B are not otherwise available through the state virtual school network.
The comments must be in a format that permits a person to sort the comments by teacher, electronic course, and course provider. The criteria may not permit the administering authority to prohibit a course provider from applying for approval for an electronic course for a course for which essential knowledge and skills have been identified.
Added by Acts83rd Leg. If funds available to the agency for that purpose are insufficient to pay the costs of evaluating and approving all electronic courses submitted for evaluation and approval, the agency shall give priority to paying the costs of evaluating and approving the following courses: The agency shall establish and publish a fee schedule for purposes of this subsection.
Acts84th Leg. A student who transfers from one educational setting to another after beginning enrollment in an electronic course is entitled to continue enrollment in the course. The commissioner's decision under this section is final and may not be appealed.
A student to whom this subsection applies: The commissioner by rule shall adopt procedures for reporting and verifying the attendance of a student enrolled in an electronic course provided through the state virtual school network.
The rules may modify the application of Sections The administration of the assessment instrument to the student enrolled in the electronic course must be supervised by a proctor. A course provider may provide a professional development course that is approved under Subsection b to any interested teacher, regardless of the teacher's employer.
If a course meets those standards, the course provider may provide the course for purposes of enabling a teacher to comply with Section 30A. The commissioner by rule shall establish objective standard criteria for quality of an electronic professional development course provided under Section 30A.
The commissioner by rule shall allow regional education service centers to participate in the state virtual school network in the same manner as course providers.Petrie's Electronics Case, Chapter 10, Questions 1, 2, 5 & 6 #1: Consider the reasons implementations fail.
For at least three of these reasons, explain why this happens, if there is one (or more) type of implementation likely to minimize the occurrence, and if there is one (or more) type of installation more likely to induce failure for this reason. Electronic Mail Traditionally, a mail system has three parts, which may be implemented by different programs or by the same program, in any combination.
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