The LPAC, or Language Proficiency Assessment Committee, shall include:

  • An appropriately certified bilingual or ESL educator (depending on what program the student is served in)
  • A parent of an English learner participating in a bilingual or ESL program
  • A campus administrator in accordance with TEC (Principal, AP or Dean)

In addition to the three required members of the LPAC, the school district may add other trained members to the committee.