Disability rights advocates have dug up documents appearing to show Texas spent $41.6 million less on kids with disabilities in 2017 than the year before.
The two sides debated whether Texas' decreased spending on children with disabilities years ago violated federal law.
On Wednesday, the two parties will argue their cases in front of the the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.
Justin Porter, previously the education agency's executive director of special populations, will oversee how Texas school districts are serving kids with special needs.
DEA Public Schools has begun receiving proposals for Special Education Services.
The marching band played and cheerleaders yelled as guests streamed into Alamo Heights High School to a boisterous celebration inside.
The Texas Education Agency on Monday released a second draft of its plan for overhauling the way it educates students with disabilities.
The U.S. Department of Education found that Texas violated federal law by failing to provide adequate public education for students with disabilities.
The federal investigation found that the TEA effectively capped the statewide percentage of students who could receive special education services.
Parents often find their choices narrow quickly when they are looking for an after-school program built to serve children with learning differences.