On November 18, 2016, the Texas State Board of Education adopted Algebraic Reasoning, making it the only state-adopted textbook for the Algebraic Reasoning course under Proclamation 2017. We were adopted at 100% alignment to the TEKS and required ELPS.
Links to TEA Resources for Proclamation 2017
Proclamation 2017 was issued by the Texas State Board of Education as a call for instructional materials for Career and Technical Education (CTE), Language Other than English (LOTE), Algebraic Reasoning, Statistics, and Special Topics in Social Studies.
- Proclamation 2017 main page
- Full list of adopted instructional materials for Proclamation 2017
- Information from TEA about ordering instructional materials
FAQs Regarding Proclamation 2017 and Algebraic Reasoning
With what TEKS and ELPS coverage was Algebraic Reasoning adopted by the SBOE?
Algebraic Reasoning was adopted with 100% TEKS coverage and 100% ELPS coverage for the required ELPS.
What copyright year was submitted for Proclamation 2017?
The copyright year for Algebraic Reasoning is 2016.
When I log into EMAT, I only see 3 choices. What are they?
Each of the three programs in EMAT are a class set of 30 student materials and 1 teacher edition. The three programs are:
Program 1 (ISBN 978-0-9972265-2-2) contains 30 print student books and 1 print teacher edition with online access to ancillaries. Price for the class set is $3195.
Program 2 (ISBN 978-0-9972265-3-9) contains 30 student eText licenses per year (through SY 2024-25) and 1 print teacher edition with online access to ancillaries. Price for the class set is $2750.
Program 3 (ISBN 978-0-9972265-4-6) contains 30 print copies of the student text book and 30 student eText licenses per year and 1 print teacher edition with online access to ancillaries. Price for the class set is $4895.
When I log into EMAT, I’m supposed to be able to purchase components individually. Where can I find that window in EMAT?
This is a new feature in EMAT this year. Your best bet is to call TEA’s Instructional Materials division, (512) 463-9601 and ask for someone in the Distribution Department.