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Parent Resources

The San Antonio Special Programs Co-op serves charter schools and ISD’s across South and Central Texas supporting nearly 1,000 students qualifying for special education and related services. Our staff of educational specialists, speech pathologists, educational diagnosticians, licensed school psychologists, and other related service specialists is dedicated to providing exceptional individualized service. According to both federal and state law, the goal of special education is to assist students with disabilities in becoming as independent as possible as they move through primary and secondary education. Moreover, the law requires each student become employable, if possible, when they leave the educational setting. This may include opportunities to pursue post-high school education. Each program and service provided through special education is devoted to these goals.

Your student’s school is not able to reach these goals alone. The partnerships built between parents/guardians and local education agencies is imperative to supporting each student’s success. All visitors are encouraged to navigate through the resources within this site. If any of our staff may be of service to you, please contact us. We hope you enjoy learning more about the services available through the state, community and our organization.

SASPC Parent Resource Directory






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Parent Training Installments:

  • Installment 1 August:  What a parent needs to know about programs and instructional options.
  • Installment 2 October
  • Understanding the pathway of evaluation for dyslexia and special programs
  • Installment 3 February What parents should know about secondary transition
  • Installment 4 April  Understanding state assessment (STAAR) and required accelerated instruction


  • Cuto 2 de Octubre: Comprender la vía de evaluación para la dislexia y los programas especiales
  • Cuto 3 de Febrero: Lo que los padres deben saber sobre la transición secundaria
  • Cuto 4 de Abril: 
    Comprender la evaluación del estado (STAAR) y la instrucción acelerada requerida