Each year school districts and open enrollment charter schools request instructional materials needed for the beginning of the school year. The following forms and information have been provided to assist textbook coordinators in ordering instructional materials needed for school year 2010-11 school year.
Instructions to Textbook Coordinators for Ordering Materials for School Year 2010-11 (PDF, 65KB)
State-Adopted Materials from Proclamation 2010 (PDF, 195KB)
Multiple List Codes for State-Adopted Subject Areas (PDF, 49KB)
PEIMS and Multilist Codes (MLCs) for New Adoption Material from Proclamation 2010 (PDF, 53KB)
Instructional Materials Readopted for School Year 2010-11 (PDF, 287KB)
Instructional Materials Expired at the End of School Year 2009-10 (PDF, 278KB)
EMAT Checklist for Ordering Materials for School Year 2010-11 (PDF, 77KB)
Instructional Materials Adopted Under Midcycle 2010 Proclamation (PDF, 534KB)
EMAT Survival Guide (PDF, 77KB)
PEIMS Service IDs for New CTE Courses Associated with Current Adoption Multilist Codes
In July 2009, the State Board of Education (SBOE) adopted newly revised Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for career and technical education (CTE). The new TEKS reduce the number of courses from 607 to 194, update technical and academic content, increase rigor and relevance, imbed college and career readiness standards, and align with the nationally recognized 16 career clusters. Districts must implement these new courses with the 2010-2011 school year.
Since new instructional material for the CTE courses will not be available to districts for several years, the Texas Education Agency is allowing districts to request CTE materials that were adopted in 2003 under Proclamation 2001 that correspond to the new courses. Please use the list at the link below to determine whether currently-adopted materials are suitable for use with the new courses.
PEIMS Service IDs for New CTE Courses Associated with Current Adoption Multilist Codes (PDF, 134KB)
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