A list of TEA-approved providers (attached) will show you all the vendors who are approved to offer educational activities. You may also use pre-approved providers as described in the waiver application (attached) on page 4, such as a regional education service center or college/university. The waiver application includes a chart that you complete to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses by competency so that you can seek out educational activities that will address deficit areas. More details about completing the waiver application may be found in the application and in the attached Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document. Questions 7-9 offer ideas on how to find educational activities that address your areas of need. Further information about applying for a waiver is provided on the Test-Limit Waiver Information webpage.
You must use Internet Explorer to open the waiver application. Visit the Portable Document Format (PDF) Help webpage on the TEA website for answers to questions about accessing PDF files or downloading Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Further information about applying for a waiver is provided on the Test-Limit Waiver Information webpage.