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Instructional Materials Ordering and Distribution

 

The Texas Constitution, Article VII, Section 3, requires that the State Board of Education (SBOE) set aside sufficient money to provide free instructional materials for children attending the public schools in the state. In accordance with this constitutional requirement and provisions of the Texas Education Code, each year a portion of the Available School Fund is set aside by the SBOE to purchase instructional materials. Funds to be expended on instructional materials are appropriated by the Texas Legislature.

Instructional materials coordinators in each school district or charter school order materials needed by their school through an online system known as EMAT/EVI (Educational Materials/Educational Materials for the Visually Impaired). The following links are provided to assist instructional materials coordinators in the instructional materials ordering process.

Ordering Information for School Year 2013-2014
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Forms & Downloads

Requesting access to the EMAT/EVI Ordering System

Superintendent Approval of EMAT/EVI Access

The EMAT system allows for two different roles – ‘ordering’ access and ‘view only’ access. The superintendent of each district or open-enrollment charter school will be able to assign these roles through their TEASE account. District personnel assigned to these roles will have the capability for ordering and reviewing both regular instructional materials and special instructional materials which include Braille, large type and audio.

EMAT/EVI Ordering Access Role

Primary responsibility will be to submit requisitions and disbursement requests for regular and special instructional materials through EMAT. Districts may choose to assign two individuals with ordering access to manage the regular and special instructional materials separately.

District Staff View Only Access Role

This district member will have view only access to view orders and reports in the EMAT system. The superintendent may consider assigning this role to the appropriate district staff such as the curriculum director and/or business manager.

*Note – Districts and open-enrollment charter schools may only assign two staff per role.

Apply for access online at TEASE Applications Reference. There are no forms to print and sign.


 

For additional information, contact:

Instructional Materials Ordering and Distribution
1701 North Congress Avenue
Austin, TX  78701
Phone (512) 463-9601

instructional.materials@tea.state.tx.us  

Page last modified on 8/19/2014 10:03:09 AM.