Report an Error

Any resident of Texas may report errors identified in instructional materials under consideration for approval. The error-reporting period begins when the pre-approval program submissions are posted on the SBOE website and ends on Friday, August 16, 2024. Copies of reported errors are provided to the State Board of Education (SBOE) and the publisher and posted on SBOE’s website. The SBOE will hold public hearings at the June 25–28, 2024 meeting and the September 10–13, 2024 meeting allowing citizens the opportunity to provide oral testimony about instructional materials submitted for approval. Publishers will respond to all reported factual errors.

If you wish to submit a public comment, please use the IMRA Public Comment Form.

If you wish to flag a potential suitability concern, please use the Suitability Reporting Form.

Provide all the required information (red *), as much of the optional information as possible, the error, the source of information, and your suggested correction. You must submit a separate form for each program.

TEA will share your reported errors with the publisher for a response, post them online, and provide them to the SBOE.

When the form is complete, click Submit. If you are unable to submit the form or need assistance, please create an Instructional Materials Help Desk ticket.

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