IDEA Public Schools Requests Proposals for Special Education Services

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Children draw in a classroom at IDEA Public Schools.

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IDEA Public Schools has begun receiving proposals for Special Education Services. To access a copy of the bid online on Munis Self Service, click here and search for open bids.

Electronic proposals must be received by 1 p.m. Central Time on Sept. 5, 2018.  Electronic submissions must be made online here.

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For questions regarding the request for proposal, please contact Tricia Lopez, managing director of special programs, at (956) 330-1612 or via email at

IDEA Public Schools believes that each and every child can go to college. Since 2000, IDEA has grown from a small school with 150 students to the fastest-growing network of tuition-free, Pre-K-12 public charter schools in the United States. Currently, the network serves 45,000 college-bound students in 79 schools across Texas and Louisiana.

IDEA has been recognized as a “Great Place to Work” and received national rankings on The Washington Post and U.S. News & World Report’s Top High Schools lists. IDEA remains on-track to uphold its legacy of sending 100 percent of its graduates to college.

2 thoughts on “IDEA Public Schools Requests Proposals for Special Education Services

  1. I have some suggestions, implement a child’s IEP appropriately. That is already the law. If your schools followed the laws already in place, you would simply be building upon a solid foundation.

  2. IDEA is not equipped to handle special education students in regards to autism and down syndrome they do not follow their IEP‘s there BIP’s and do not follow the state laws. I worked as a Special Ed teacher for IDEA school, the principal wanted my autistic and down syndrome students to set up straight with their hands crossed and resting on their desk. You can not force these children to sit like this for an 8 hour school day. I heard him yelling and I do mean yelling at one of my students because he was acting out and trying to cope with the structure of how things were. I also heard him yelling at other student through out the school. No child deserves to be yelled at. I only worked there for two months and I saw enough that I no longer wanted to be a part of this organization. They over work there staff. I had to be at work by 5:30 am to ride the bus with my students and rode with them after work as well. Not getting in till 6-6:30. Also expected to be there for meetings late after work and on weekends at times. They need to definitely get all the help they can with their Special Education.

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