Correction: Test Scoring not TEKS to be Changed

Correction: It is not the TEKS that will be more rigorous in 2015-2016, instead it will be the scoring of the 2016 STAAR tests. “The Commissioner of Education announced in August 2014, that a new second phase-in performance standards will … 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 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 Education is Broken

Governor Abbott, Please Fix Texas Education! Everything about Texas Education is broken in the sense that Texas children are not being educated. Illegal Texas Unions Unions for educators is illegal in Texas. But, our school administrators and school board members … Continue reading

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Cloning of Teachers

Texas is Cloning Teachers The Texas’ education system is made up of different groups that are suppose to work together. If they actually did work together, Texas would be providing the  the best education in the world. One reason the … Continue reading

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No New TESTS!

Parents, The Texas education officials with Commissioner Williams as their leader are robbing us. Because the Texas Education System has had no leadership in years, there is no accountability for the billions –yes billions– of dollars provided for different education … Continue reading

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Out of Reach Texas Math TEKS

Texas Commissioner of Education Raises the Math Standards The Commissioner of Education recently said, “Texas students are not ready to be graded by higher standards because the instruction they are receiving in core subjects is not up to the rigorous … Continue reading

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