Monthly Archives: February 2016

Texas Schools Meet and Exceed State Standards

Texas public school students and educators continue to meet and exceed the standards established by the state legislature. Results for the 2014-15 school years show 96% of public school districts earned the Met Standard rating, which is the highest rating in the state’s accountability system.  Only 4% of our public schools earned the Improvement Requirement.
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Summit on Deeper Learning Event

DATE:       March 22, 2016 TIME:        8:30am to 3:30pm LOCATION:       Alief Independent School District, 4250 Cook Road, Houston, TX 77072 MIND Research Institute (www.mindresearch.org) in partnership with Friends of Texas Public Schools (www.fotps.org) will host a 1-day education summit for district and school education leaders on relevant topics including the science of deeper learning, the myths of.
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Vote for Sergeant Nick

It's an election year. Early voting starts tomorrow. As a former high school government teacher I don't have it in me not remind you to GO VOTE!!!  I don't care WHO you vote for, I don't care if you are Democrat or Republican, Libertarian or Green Party... JUST. GO. VOTE. Let me explain my passion.
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