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We are pleased to welcome you to the 2023 Hybrid Title III Symposium. There is much to
celebrate as we join together in the lovely river city of San Antonio, Texas, and share relevant,
research-based strategies to ensure that emergent bilingual students experience an increase in
academic achievement and positive school outcomes. The theme guiding this year's Symposium
is: Building the Blueprint - Constructing Success for Emergent Bilingual Students.
This year's event will take place in the Henry B. González Convention Center and will include a
Networking Social on Sunday, July 16 from 5 to 7 pm, to build connections and share ideas. We invite you
to enjoy appetizers and drinks while previewing poster sessions highlighting best practices utilized by
talented educators across the state. During the Symposium you will choose from a variety of breakout
sessions presented by Texas colleagues. These sessions will provide valuable information that links content
and instructional strategies in innovative ways to support emergent bilingual student success. The
intentional selection of sessions and leveraging these networking opportunities will allow you to connect
and share examples of the tremendous things happening in your schools, and classrooms.
We are excited to see you this summer. Take a moment to review the site and register today!
Dr. Julie Lara, Director
Emergent Bilingual Support Division
Office of Special Populations and Monitoring
Texas Education Agency
The Title III Symposium provides valuable instructional tools and research-based strategies to ensure that emergent bilingual students attain English proficiency while learning academic content that will ensure they meet the state’s academic achievement standards. Statewide practitioners, including TEA staff, will offer sessions on innovative approaches for supporting our emergent bilingual students.
All exhibits must be focused on student educational
achievement, and increasing and/or
strengthening family, parent, and community engagement. All booth applications submitted
will be reviewed and approved using the following criteria.
Services and/or products should directly or indirectly:
Qualifying exhibitors will be notified on a first come, first serve basis.
Space is limited! Apply Today!
The 2022 Title III Symposium was
attended by over 1200 attendees
in-person and online.
Our attendees represent educators
and leaders from across the state
that support emergent bilingual
students and their families.
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get all the information you
need to exhibit at this year’s Title III Symposium. The
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