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This part prescribes policies and procedures unique to the acquisition of commercial items. Dod component see Deviation below When a policy in another part of the FAR is inconsistent with a policy in this part, this part 12 shall take precedence for the acquisition of commercial items.

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If instruction will be provided, the notice must include: A review curriculum materials as provided by Subsection j ; and B remove the student from any part of the district's human sexuality instruction without subjecting the student to any disciplinary action, academic penalty, or other sanction imposed by the district or the student's school; and 3 information describing the opportunities for parental involvement in the development of the curriculum to be used in human sexuality instruction, including information regarding the local school health advisory council established under Subsection a.

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A the number of times during the preceding year the district's school health advisory council has met; B whether the district has adopted and enforces policies to ensure that district campuses comply with agency vending machine and food service guidelines for restricting student access to vending machines; and C whether the district has adopted and enforces policies and procedures that prescribe penalties for the use of e-cigarettes, as defined by Section The council must consider research regarding unstructured and undirected play, academic and social development, and the health benefits of daily recess in making the recommendations.

The council shall ensure that local community values are reflected in any policy recommendation made to the district under this subsection. Added by Acts74th Leg. Amended by Acts77th Leg. June 14, ; Acts78th Leg. Acts79th Leg. Acts80th Leg. Acts81st Leg. Acts82nd Leg. Acts83rd Leg.

Acts84th Leg. Acts85th Leg. A the success of a dual language immersion program; and B the performance of schools that implement a dual language immersion program; and 3 standards for recognizing: A schools that offer an exceptional dual language immersion program; and B students who successfully complete a dual language immersion program.

Added by Acts77th Leg. For use in diagnosing the reading development and comprehension of kindergarten students, the commissioner shall include on the commissioner's list at least two multidimensional assessment tools. A multidimensional assessment tool on the commissioner's list must either include a reading instrument and test at least three developmental skills, including literacy, or test at least two developmental skills, other than literacy, and be administered in conjunction with a separate reading instrument that is on a list adopted under this subsection.

A multidimensional assessment tool administered as provided by this subsection is considered to be a reading instrument for purposes of this section. A district-level committee established under Subchapter F, Chapter 11may adopt a list of reading instruments for use in the district in addition to the reading instruments on the commissioner's list.

Each reading instrument adopted by the commissioner or a district-level committee must be based on scientific research concerning reading skills development and reading comprehension. A list of reading instruments adopted under this subsection must provide for diagnosing the reading development and comprehension of students participating in a program under Subchapter B, Chapter The district shall administer the reading instrument in accordance with the commissioner's recommendations under Subsection a 1.

Funds, other than local funds, may be used to pay the cost of administering a reading instrument only if the instrument is on the list adopted by the commissioner.

The district shall implement an accelerated reading instruction program that provides reading instruction that addresses reading deficiencies to those students and shall determine the form, content, and timing of that program.

The admission, review, and dismissal committee of a student who participates in a district's special education program under Subchapter B, Chapter 29and who does not perform satisfactorily on a reading instrument under this section shall determine the manner in which the student will participate in an accelerated reading instruction program under this subsection.

Training and support for activities required by this subsection shall be provided by regional education service centers and teacher reading academies established under Section A determination by the commissioner is final and may not be appealed.

For purposes of certification, the commissioner may not consider Foundation School Program funds. The commissioner shall evaluate the programs that fail to meet the standard of performance under Section The commissioner may audit the expenditures of funds appropriated for purposes of this section.

The use of the funds appropriated for purposes of this section shall be verified as part of the district audit under Section Added by Acts75th Leg.Select a course after choosing a department Select a section after choosing a course No Courses Selected!

Description: Central Mexico Description: Gulf Lowlands Description: Southern Mexico Description: Northern Mexico Description: POST-READING QUICK CHECKAfter you have finished reading the section, in the space provided, identify three challenges facing Mexico.

1. CHAPTER 11 SECTION 1 STRATEGIES Reading the Section 1. isthmus 2. Greater 3. People who feel strongly about an issue may take part in the political process by contributing to an organization that raises money through legal means to support the campaign of a candidate who agrees with their position.

Chapter 2: How Do I Read the Textbook? Reading the Textbook In other words, the content being covered in the lecture is closely tied to the material provided in the textbook.

It is crucial, therefore, that you read the textbook for Rehearse the information by reading the textbook sections again. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE QUALITATIVE READING INVENTORY-5 The Qualitative Reading Inventory-5 (QRI-5) is an individually administered informal reading inventory (IRI) designed to provide information about (1) conditions under are sections of a biography in the case of literature or a chapter for social studies and science.

Readability. education code. title 2. public education. subtitle f. curriculum, programs, and services. chapter courses of study; advancement. subchapter a. essential.