• ESSA in Texas

    ESSA provides a unique opportunity for the Texas Education Agency (TEA) to chart a path for shifting key decisions related to accountability, school improvement, teacher quality, and funding back to the state and local level. Commissioner Mike Morath is embracing this opportunity to maximize the new policy flexibility ESSA offers. Under Commissioner Morath’s leadership, TEA is advancing a key goal to establish one vision for the future of the agency, aligning key decision points in developing systems to support ESSA implementation with a new TEA Strategic Plan that will guide all TEA work. Tapping into the new opportunities that ESSA provides will allow for a singular focus on key state priority areas leading to greater levels of student achievement throughout our state. 

     

    Program 2022-2023 Planning Entitlement Amounts
    Title I $852,738
    Title I, Part C $236
    Title II, Part A $143,414
    Title III, Immigrant $12,162
    Title III, ELA $84,880
    Title IV, Part A $58,121

     

    Program 2021-2022 Final Entitlement Amounts
    Title I $818,832
    Title I, Part C $4,341
    Title II, Part A $133,152
    Title III, Immigrant 0
    Title III, ELA $90,938
    Title IV, Part A $61,809

    If you have any questions, please contact Yarda Leflet, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction, at: yleflet@mfisd.txed.net