Are Texas Superintendents and School Board Members Misappropriating School Taxes?
School taxes are paid to support education, but some Texas superintendents use school taxes to pay for personal membership fees in an organization called TASA. School board members use school taxes to pay their membership fees to an organization called TASB. TASA and TASB work together to transform our Texas schools. The direction of this transformation and CSCOPE have the same objectives.
CSCOPE is being investigated by the senate education committee; the Texas Attorney General is investigating any illegal actions; the State Board of Education is reviewing CSCOPE lessons for errors in facts, anti-Americans biases, and pro-Islamic biases not already identified.
Even though superintendents are aware of the failings of CSCOPE, they continue to defend and purchase it at the expense of the education of students.
Crowley’s Superintendent and school board members have joined other TASA/TASB members in pledging to guide their school through each progressive transforming step.
The Crowley superintendent and school board members are spending about $100,00 of Crowley’s school taxes to be part of the TASA/TASB teams.
Following is a breakdown of these payments.