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The Texas Records Exchange (TREx) system is a web-based software application designed for the exchange of electronic student records as mandated by the 79th Legislature, 3rd Called Session, 2006 (House Bill 1).  By using the TREx application, school registrars have the ability to electronically request and receive student records for students who have attended or will be attending Texas public schools.  High school registrars and counselors also have the ability to electronically create and send official student transcripts to Texas public colleges and universities using TREx to access the University of Texas (UT) SPEEDE server.


 
 To contact TREx Customer Support call (512) 463-7246 or email TREx@tea.state.tx.us

September 10, 2014

September SBOE agenda posted online

The State Board of Education will meet in Austin Sept. 16-19. Watch a live streaming video of all the meetings. The full agenda is also available online.

September 15, 2014

Fifteen Texans to receive SBOE Hero for Children Award

 The State Board of Education (SBOE) announced today that 15 Texans who provide hundreds of hoursof volunteer service to Texas public schools will be honored with the Heroes for Children award at the SBOE meeting on Friday, Sept. 19. 

September 10, 2014

TEA to apply for federal preschool expansion grant

 Commissioner of Education Michael Williams notified the U.S. Department of Education that the Texas Education Agency (TEA) will submit an application for a federal preschool expansion grant.  The grant could be valued at as much as $30 million per year for four years.

September 05, 2014

TEA releases 2013-2014 financial accountability ratings

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) today released financial accountability ratings for more than 1,200 school districts and charters across the state. The 2013-2014 ratings are based on annual financial reports provided to TEA by districts and charters from the 2012-2013 school year.  For 2013-2014, approximately 95 percent of Texas school districts passed with a FIRST rating of Standard or above.