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  1. The State Board of Education gave final approval on November 20, 2020, to the Science TEKS for the following four high school courses: Biology, Chemistry, Integrated Physics and Chemistry, and Physics. The revised TEKS for the four high school courses will be effective 20 days after they are posted to the Texas Register.

  2. • an updated Texas CTE course guide with course information and PEIMS numbers • updated CTE programs of study/pathways in higher wage, in-demand fields • updated CTE course scope and sequence documents for all 277 CTE courses • updated and aligned CTE lesson plans for courses in all 16 CTE career clusters

  3. The following link will provide information for the TEKS by subject area review: TEKS Review and Revision. Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills by Chapter. The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) are listed below in two different formats, a web-based version of the standards and a PDF version of the standards.

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  5. Two scopes of materials are available to school systems in Texas: Full-subject materials: full sets of materials designed to provide the teacher with everything needed to cover 100% of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) in a grade level/band, including scope and sequence, daily lesson plans, and student materials.

  6. Smithsonian Lesson Plans (Educators. Smithsonian Education) Grade Levels: PreK-3, 4-8, 9-12 TEKS: English Language Arts & Reading; Fine Arts; Science; Social Studies; Technology Applications Lesson plans in art & design, science & technology, history & culture, and language arts are available.

  7. Lesson Plans Download free lesson plans and student worksheets geared towards environmental topics around Air, Water, and Waste. Using insights and data from TCEQ researchers and science communicators, these plans are intended for K-12 classroom teachers, informal educators, and parents who are looking for science-based educational resources.

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