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Mike Collier Nov 27
After the Great Recession, Texas Republicans slashed the education budget $5.4 billion even though they had the funds. And they lied about it. That incident got me involved in Texas politics. I’m ready for the coming fight! Public education is that important.
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Amy Sharp, NBCT 16m
Thanks for creating virtual meeting space for us- those who were unable, pls know you were thought of & those who want to join, pls DM Dr. for info- be well, 💚
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Michelle Smith, PhD Nov 25
Question: What ever shall we do without the test data? Answer: Listen to the seasoned educators who have been working with our students (virtually and in person) throughout the pandemic. They know exactly what our students need. Then act on their advice.
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FOTPS Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving, friends! May your heart and plates be full!
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#TeachersCan Nov 21
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Tom Nov 23
There needs to be a full court press via locally elected school boards in which requires school leaders to commit resources for the research, planning and implementation of top-notch virtual learning.
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TEPSA Nov 28
Looking for ideas to celebrate the holidays with your staff? TEPSA has you covered! Read more here:
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Texas Tribune Nov 23
A North Texas superintendent is openly defying the mask mandate in schools. The Texas Education Agency declined to take action, saying it's up to local enforcement. A county official tried to intervene but said it should be up to TEA to enforce.
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Baylor School of Ed Nov 24
Yes, you’re ready for a leadership role in education! Join the first cohort of in ’s MA in School Leadership! * Online INFO SESSION: Thurs / DEC 3 / 4PM CST REGISTER: * Program site:
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Kimberly Burks Nov 23
In the spirit of thanksgiving....I'm thankful for the passionate teachers who help TX public charters give students amazing opportunities
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Michelle Smith, PhD 11h
Essential reading. “The threat to public education…is grave. A radical vision for unmaking the very idea of public schools has moved from the realm of ideological pipe dream to legitimate policy.”
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TEPSA Nov 23
True learning begins when students feel like they’re a part of something personally meaningful in the classroom, when they’re in a space that inspires them to follow their curiosity, to embrace wonder and discovery. Read more:
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José Menéndez Nov 24
“We share the ’s commitment to protecting our educators & staff, especially as we experience the latest & likely the largest surge of this pandemic. The health of our students & school personnel is paramount.” More👇🏽
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TEPSA Nov 25
Mrs. Bello knows how science can be fun, face-to-face or virtual!
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Michelle Smith, PhD Nov 21
An important read by regarding the current state of student learning. We all know there aren't any easy answers during COVID. We also know Texas public schools are an essential part of the recovery.
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Youth Code Jam Nov 24
This week, we’re getting our code on with during our FREE, self-paced Thanksgiving Coding Camp. Feeling extra thankful for our partners, supporters, & participants. 🍂🧡💛
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Texas AFT Nov 26
And is very thankful for the great work you do as a Bridges fellow for our members and 5.4 million TX students!
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TEPSA Nov 24
We’ve all heard the term, “You will always find what you are looking for.” During this time of unprecedented events and protocols in our nation and world, what are you looking for? Read more:
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Dick Lavine Nov 24
“This afternoon, Austin-Travis County will use the Warn Central Texas system to send an emergency alert to residents about the COVID-19 situation ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.”
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TEPSA Nov 23
We have a lot on our plates right now and a lot of emotions are swirling around. Let us use literature as a means of bringing us together and helping us sort through these emotions. Read more:
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