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In the next week, approximately 300,000 high school seniors will graduate from Texas schools. The Texas Education Agency wishes them the best in all their future endeavors.
Student Artwork by:Sabrina Xin, Frisco ISDStudent artwork is on display on the first floor of the Travis Building.
The State Board of Education (SBOE) is currently accepting applications for the 2015 Employers for Education Excellence (EEE) Award.
The latest news from the Texas Education Agency is available through news releases, online correspondence, mailing lists, and other posted information.
Gov. Greg Abbott on June 18 named Donna Bahorich of Houston as chair of the State Board of Education. Bahorich said, "I take the
responsibility very seriously knowing just how many Texas children are
depending on the board to do a great job for them."
The Texas Education Agency is making Find a Book, Texas, a free summer reading resource available to Texas families. This program provides an easy way to select books based on a child's interests and reading levels.
TEA has spotlighted 11 campuses as part of a best practices case studies project. The project highlights how each campus, designated as High Performing and High Progress Title I Reward Schools, excels in areas such as academic performance, teacher quality, school climate and leadership effectiveness.
Below are resources available to parents.
Below are resources for school administrators.
Texas is on the leading edge of a national discussion
regarding effective and equitable discipline in our schools. School and
district administrators across Texas are now being offered training in
Restorative Discipline, an alternative to "zero tolerance" methods.