Fine Arts

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This fine arts web page provides clarification, guidance, and support to fine arts stakeholders, including districts, schools, parents, educators, and students, for the development and implementation of the K鈥12 fine arts 天天做爱 Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS).

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Fine Arts TEKS

The links below provide access to the web-based version of the fine arts 天天做爱 Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), which are the state standards for what students should know and be able to do. You can also access a PDF version of the TEKS.

Fine Arts Resources

The following resource has been provided to assist stakeholders in identifying the prerequisites for TEKS-based fine arts courses.

In accordance with Proclamation 2015, a review of instructional materials related to fine arts was conducted in summer 2014.听The results of this subject-area review can be found in the Currently Adopted Instructional Materials document on the听Instructional Materials Division听page.

The following resource provides a list of approved teacher certifications for instructors of fine arts.

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In accordance with the听听and local district policy, school districts and open-enrollment charter schools may allow a student to satisfy the fine arts credit required for graduation on the Foundation High School Program by participating in a community-based fine arts program not provided by the district or charter school in which the student is enrolled. The fine arts program must provide instruction in the听听identified for fine arts by the State Board of Education.

School districts and charter schools must apply to the commissioner of education for approval of each community-based fine arts program. Details regarding the application process can be found in the documents listed below:

For fine arts educators who teach a UIL-sponsored activity, such as marching band, one-act play, or drill team, please refer to the listed resources below for guidance. All other UIL-specific questions should be directed to the (outside source).

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General Arts Education

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Dance Education

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Music Education

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Theatre Education

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Visual Arts Education

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Contact Information

Curriculum Standards and Student Support

(512) 463-9581

For questions or additional information, please submit a Curriculum Request Form through the .

Please from the fine arts team.

Enrichment Team

Deb Dorman
Enrichment Director

Weston Scholten
Enrichment Specialist

Barney Fudge
Health and Physical Education Specialist