Please refer to these resources for more information on what it means to be college and career ready. You may download the Lesson 5 Resources or for a complete list of resources, please download the CCR Resources list.



House Bill 5 Resource (ESC Region 13)

Website: http://www4.esc13.net

Resource Description: This website lists resources to help understanding personal graduation plans and programs of study.

Audience Type: School District, CCR Professionals, and Educators

House Bill 5 (TEA)

Website: http://www.tea.state.tx.us

Resource Description: Information regarding House Bill 5, 83rd Legislature, Regular Session, 2013

Audience Type: Educators, Administrators, Advisors, and Parents

House Bill 5 (TASB)

PDF Document: http://www.tasb.org

Resource Description: This fact sheet breaks down House Bill 5 into three categories: Coursework, Assessment, and Accountability

Audience Type: Educators, Administrators, Advisors, and Parents

House Bill 5 (ESC Region 12)

Website: http://www.esc12.net

Resource Description: A repository of informational resources about House Bill 5.

Audience Type: Parents and Education Professionals

House Bill 5 (Katy ISD)

PDF Document: http://www.katyisd.org

Resource Description: This slideshow addresses frequently asked questions by parents about House Bill 5.

Audience Type: Parents

Public School Accountability and Graduation Program Changes (HB5) - (House Research Organization)

PDF Document: http://www.hro.house.state.tx.us

Resource Description: This document provides a bill analysis of House Bill 5.

Audience Type: Parents, Policymakers, and Education Professionals

Course Module—Understanding House Bill 5
(Six videos total) (ESC Region 13)

Course Module: http://www4.esc13.net

Resource Description: A module to help understanding of personal graduation plans and programs of study.

Audience Type: Districts, School Boards, Administrators, Educators, and Counselors

Graduation Toolkit (TEA)

Website: http://www.tea.state.tx.us/brochures/

Resource Description: This website outlines the New Foundation High School Program and other planning information for high school years and beyond.

Audience Type: Students, Parents, and Counselors