Part 7: ESCs are Weak Links

Texas ESCs are the Weak Link in Texas Education Texas has 20 Regional Educational Service Centers (ESCs). Each ESC is to provide service to public school districts in their region. The Texas legislature has over time increase the ESCs until … Continue reading

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ESCs Exposed: Part 6 Systemic Neglect

Systemic Neglect Systemic –Refers to an entire system. Systemic Neglect in reference to the Texas Education Service Centers (ESCs) means no one is monitoring the 20 ESCs and there are no real monitors over the individual ESCs. Q. Who is suppose … Continue reading

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ESC’s Exposed-Part 5: Negative Effects

According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), only 14 percent of fourth-graders knew that it is easier to stay afloat in salt water than in fresh water and could explain why. Q. Why are Texas students less educated … Continue reading

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ESC’s Exposed-Part 4: Teacher Training

Texas education is at an all time low. Why? The Texas Education Agency (TEA) thinks first-year teachers may not be receiving effective professional development. Q1. How will TEA determine if first-year teachers are receiving proper training? A1 TEA knows that the … Continue reading

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ESCs Exposed-Part 3: Not Trustworthy

The Texas State Auditor, John Keel, investigated the ESCs and following is a part of the report. Notice that the ESCs admit to a hap hazard method of record keeping. Remember that the ESCs are suppose to be non-profit agencies. … Continue reading

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ESCs Exposed-Part 2: No Accountability

Texas Education Service Centers (ESCs) were established to provide service to school districts in different regions of Texas. Schools in rural areas have different needs than do schools in cities.Thus, 20 ESCs were established to provide specific services to met … Continue reading

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Texas ESCs Exposed-Part 1

Texas Education Service Centers (ESCs) Some of the present and past employees of the Texas Education Service Centers (ESCs) want the public, the  Texas legislatures, the Lt. Governor, the Attorney General as well as the Governor to know the truth about … Continue reading

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